Feature Request: When going to the definition, would it be possible to toggle the dropdown of that function so the code is viable? Currently, I go the the definition and then always have to click on the "+" to expand the window to view my code.
Also, it might be even more useful in VS 2015 to use "Peek Definition" instead of "Go to definition" (and more consistent with browser like behavior of opening in a new tab, though here it's more like a popup).
That would be so incredibly useful I'm willing to spend some time on trying to implement it, though it would probably take me much more time than the person who originally developed this extension (I'm aware of the source code bitbucket but it would take some time to get into it).
My current (partial) workaround is to use the "Productivity Power Tools 2015" extension - it assigns Control + click to peek/go to definition (defaults to peek - the behavior can be changed by a settings). Also, it assigns, by default, the middle mouse button for auto-scroll (though I disabled it), so I guess middle-click would probably not be a viable alternative even if the feature was requested.
I created a fork of this extension a while back that allows for both Peek & Go To:
The default is middleclick for Go To and ctrl+middleclick for Peek, but the settings are configurable.
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?
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!