A simple but useful module which really helps with my productivity when I used previous versions of Visual Studio. I also use Netbeans and Eclipse, and I love this feature in those editors and use it constantly.
Hitting F12 for me is not as quick/natural for me, personally. Productivity Power Tools has similar functionality of allowing you to control+click to peek a definition in VS2015, but I like the behavior of going to the definition much better than peeking it.
I think it would be nice to extend this module (or PPT) so that you can define peek and go to definition as shortcuts and have them as for instance control+click for one and shift+click for the other one, and just allow you to choose which maps to which function.
Can you Please add the option F12 - to to Definition ? Resharper has made this function invalid and just brings me to the top of the page or to the object browser . I don't like using the mouse as much as key presses.
Many thanks !!
It's very useful to navigate to definition via Ctrl+Click, but sometimes I need to open peek definition, is it possible to configure Ctrl+Shift+Click to open peek definition in current version or maybe you could add such functionality in next version of your extension?
Thanks for this great tool. Was wondering if you could add Ctrl+Alt+Click as a 'Go to Implementation' option. I deal with a lot of interfaces along the way, so this would be a great time saver.
... Or at least make it so that it is harder to hit. Any time I am coding quickly there is a bit of time-overlap during my clicks and my key presses.... so if I am move along quickly - particularly if I'm copying and pasting - it's about a 50/50 shot that this thing will pop up and stops me in my tracks.
It's very frustrating.
I've modified current VSIX package (just added VS2015 support).
You can download Go To Definition for Visual Studio 2015 here
Download, Unzip, Run GoToDefVS2015.vsix, restart Visual Studio and enjoy it.
I think this would be a very userful feature (at least for me): go to definition from XML comments like those:
/// A loader, that is responsible for retrieving XYZ from the database.
/// E.g: <see cref="MyLoaderClass"/>.