MiddleClickToDefinition

Free

Press middle button on your mouse to go to definition.

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Visual Studio
2013, 2012, 2010
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2/14/2014
1.3
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by norachuga | February 15 2014

Can't live without this extension. Imagine if you could no longer middle-click links to open new tabs in your browser: that's what life without this extension is like.

by ant.tsal | November 21 2013

by Corrupted Mindz | September 28 2013

by ScruffyDuck | October 23 2012

Works as advertized on VS2012 Professional

by Emdadgar2 | October 22 2012

Good idea but not working perfect on vs 2012/asp.net/r#7 when you want view a definition on another solution

by Viper | October 22 2012

Works as advertised

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  • Update for VS2013?
    3 Posts | Last post February 14, 2014
    • Think you can post an update for VS2013? 
    • I grabbed your source from the other discussion but wasn't able to upgrade it myself.
    • Extension is now available for Visual Studio 2013. Thanks to norachuga, who volunteered to test it!
  • Open in new tab window:
    2 Posts | Last post December 08, 2013
    • Hello,
      
      I would like to have an option for this extension where I can opt to have it open in a new tab window, kind of like how the Chrome browser works when you middle click a link. 
      
      If you do not like this idea, is there any chance you could give me the source code to your extension so that I can add this feature for myself? 
      
      Thanks!
      -Kelsie
      
    • Hello, Kelsie!
      
      Sorry for it took me so long to answer your question. I'm afraid I'm not interested in adding such a behaviour. You can grab the source code from here: https://bitbucket.org/lenant/middleclicktodefinition, if you want to do it yourself.
      
      Thanks for using my extension!