Numbered Bookmarks

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Numbered Bookmarks allows users to create and recall bookmarks by using numbers. User can create 10 bookmarks (starting from 0 to 9).

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Visual Studio
2010
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2/28/2010
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by Binori | October 17 2012

Works like described, thx!

by Ehsan Mohammadi | October 09 2011

by Sergey M | August 04 2011

Abha Shukla, no need for misinformation. DPack is and has always been free, providing numbered bookmarks, among other features, since VS.NET 2003.

by GunkMahendra | July 07 2010

good

by hoopsla | June 01 2010

by Lexx_QQ | April 13 2010

by TheRoyyal | April 02 2010

Great work Mr. Manoj. Does this extension support IronRuby or IronPython too?

by CSharpVSNet | April 02 2010

by Abha Shukla | April 02 2010

I remember using Resharper or DPack with this feature but they both are paid. I can use the same feature without paying of it now. Good work.

by Jader Turci | March 29 2010

I worked with Borland Delphi and C++Builder during years, and the numbered bookmarks were a great help. I missed that in VS. No more!!!

by TheTarunKant | March 27 2010

by Roopesh Khurana | March 22 2010

I liked the extension. Keep it up.

by looking4manojkumar | February 22 2010

by Looking4Manoj | February 18 2010

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  • Jump to xaml.cs file instead of xaml
    2 Posts | Last post August 14, 2012
    • Hi,
      
      in BookmarkManager.cd U should change the lines
      
      ----------------------------------------------------
      // get the project item object by using the file name and dte
      ProjectItem document = dte2.Solution.FindProjectItem(bookmark.FileName);
      ----------------------------------------------------
      
      to something like
      ----------------------------------------------------
      ProjectItem document =
      	dte2.Solution.Projects.Cast<ProjectItem>().FirstOrDefault(
      	                                                          projectItem =>
      	                                                          projectItem.Name.Equals(bookmark.FileName));
      ----------------------------------------------------
      
      Because FindProjectItem searches just for the FIRST occurence of the FileName in the names. So even if the FileName is just a part of the whole name it will be returned. If filename.xaml is found first in filename.xaml.cs this ProjectItem will be returned!
      
      My version returns the first project item which name is equal to the given FileName.
      
      Hinting greetings
      
      Reiner
      
    • Ups, of course it is BookmarkManager.CS not CD!
  • Remove help bookmark option?
    1 Posts | Last post January 18, 2011
    • Hi there,
      
      This is a great extension, but it would be nice to have the option of removing the green help bookmark.  It is a little distracting.
      
      Is there a config option available, or will I just need to mod the code.
      
      Rob
  • Don't work on xaml
    1 Posts | Last post June 22, 2010
    • This is greet job. But has some problem. 
      I'm working on the silverlight project. After creating Bookmark on the xaml file and click on the bookmark number, this jumps to cs file. 
      I have another idea. Bookmark not saved to files. I need to saved with files.
  • Error creating bookmark
    5 Posts | Last post April 21, 2010
    • I have VS2010 RC, and when I make Ctrl+Alt+number I get the following error:
      
      ---------------------------
      Microsoft Visual Studio
      ---------------------------
      Method not found: 'System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder Microsoft.CSharp.RuntimeBinder.Binder.Convert(Microsoft.CSharp.RuntimeBinder.CSharpBinderFlags, System.Type)'.
      ---------------------------
      OK   
      ---------------------------
      
      
      Any Ideas?
      
      Regards
    • Thanks El for trying it and reporting it. I didn't tried it on RC yet. I will install RC and will update you with the findings and will update the installer if required.
    • Hi Bruno - I have updated Numbered Bookmarks for RC. Give it a try and let me know what you felt about it.
    • Hi !
      
      Yes, this extension is awsome...
      I have Visual Studio 2010 TRM, and when I press ctrl   alt   <number> the bookmark glyph is shown on an wrong line... 
      e.g.
      Put cursor on line 10
      Press ctrl alt 9
      The glyph "9" is placed on line 15
      
      But as I could see, the line 10 is bookmarked.
      
      ctrl alt bckspace works well.
      
      Regards 
    • Thanks Fábio Marcos for trying out the extension. The placement of glyph is relative and not absolute. Consider that your Editor Window height is 800 pixels and your source file contains 100 lines. Then if you place a bookmark at line 10 then glyph will be shown at 800/100 * 10, which is relative position of the line on the margin. 
      
      If I will be placing the glyph on the same line then there is not much significance of this extension as you have to scroll down to see which other bookmarks are added. I wanted to show all bookmarks in single screen. I hope I was able to explain my point.
  • Wrong position
    3 Posts | Last post April 21, 2010
    • Hi !
      
      Yes, this extension is awsome...
      I have Visual Studio 2010 TRM, and when I press ctrl alt <number> the bookmark glyph is shown on an wrong line...
      e.g.
      Put cursor on line 10
      Press ctrl alt 9
      The glyph "9" is placed on line 15
      
      But as I could see, the line 10 is bookmarked.
      
      ctrl alt bckspace works well.
      
      Regards 
    • Hi guys,
      
      If you'd like to try a reliable (and free) extension for VS 2003/2005/2008/2010, which offers numbered bookmarks among many other things, check out DPack.
      
      http://www.usysware.com/dpack/
      
      Enjoy.
    • Thanks Fábio Marcos for trying out the extension. The placement of glyph is relative and not absolute. Consider that your Editor Window height is 800 pixels and your source file contains 100 lines. Then if you place a bookmark at line 10 then glyph will be shown at 800/100 * 10, which is relative position of the line on the margin. 
      
      If I will be placing the glyph on the same line then there is not much significance of this extension as you have to scroll down to see which other bookmarks are added. I wanted to show all bookmarks in single screen. I hope I was able to explain my point.
  • With IronPython and IronRuby
    1 Posts | Last post April 02, 2010
    • Dear Mr. Manoj - Does the extension work with IronPython and IronRuby too?