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Visual Studio 2010 Keyboard & Mouse Shortcuts

转载自:http://www.itscodingtime.com/post/Visual-Studio-2010-Keyboard-Mouse-Shortcuts.aspx

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Building on my previous VS2008 Shortcuts post, I thought it'd be a good idea to see what Visual Studio 2010 brings to the keyboard and mouse shortcut arena.

While the basis for this list remains those shortcuts outlined in my previous post, I did verify that each of those shortcuts still works. New VS2010 shortcuts are highlighted in blue. Where appropriate, dialogs, etc. have been updated to VS2010. Last, I tried to order entries in a pseudo-alpha format. Barring that, they're logically placed together, so hopefully it makes sense and things are easy to find.

Keyboard Shortcuts

1. Alt-Shift-Enter to View Coding Window Full-screen

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Hitting "Alt+Shift+Enter" will make the coding window full-screen and (temporarily) drop most other windows from view. Restore to your usual window configuration by de-pressing the "Full Screen" button at top (the fact that it seems to be pushed up a little off-screen must be a VS2010 Beta 2 deal):

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2. Alt-F12 to Find Symbol

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Use "Alt-F12" to find symbols, objects, or members.

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3. Ctrl-F to do a Quick Find

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Search for something in the current code file quickly with "Ctrl-f".image

 

4. Ctrl-Shift-F to Find in Files

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Find in files is easy with "Ctrl-Shift-f".image

 

5. Ctrl-K-C to Comment/Uncomment Code

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You can comment or uncomment code by highlighting the respective code block and hitting "Ctrl-k-c" to comment or "Ctrl-k-u" to uncomment. This shortcut even works in .aspx pages.

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6. Ctrl-K-D to Reformat the Entire Document

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If you want to reformat all of the code in the current document, hit "Ctrl-k-d".

 

7. Ctrl-K-F to Reformat a Block of Code

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If you've just pasted in a bunch of code where the formatting is screwed-up, just highlight it and hit "Ctrl-k-f" to format.

 

8. Ctrl-K-L to Toggle Outlining Ctrl-M-M to Toggle Outlining

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If you want to open (expand) or close (collapse) all outlining in a code file, use "Ctrl-m-m". It works like a toggle, alternatively expanding or collapsing all outlining in the current file.

 

9. Ctrl-K-S to Access Code Snippets

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Easily open the code snippets selection dropdown with "Ctrl-k-s":

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10. Ctrl–K–T to View Call Hierarchy

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Highlight a member operation and hit "Ctrl-k-t" to view it's call hierarchy.

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A new window will open:

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11. Ctrl-L to Cut Line to Clipboard

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It's not necessary to highlight an entire line and then hit the delete key. Just hit "Ctrl-L" and the line the cursor is currently on will be removed and copied to the clipboard. "Ctrl-x" performs the same operation by default.

 

12. Ctrl-F3 to Search Without the Dialog

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Just highlight the text you want to search on and hit "Ctrl-F3" to search down or "Ctrl-Shift-F3" to search up.

 

13. Ctrl-, (Ctrl-Comma) to Perform a Fuzzy 'Navigate To' Search

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Perform a "fuzzy" search and get location information with "Ctrl-," (Ctrl-Comma).

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14. Ctrl-] to Find Matching Curly Brace or Region

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Position the cursor next to a curly brace ('{' or '}') and hit "Ctrl-}'. This will toggle the cursor between the matching braces.

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This shortcut will also work for #region...#endregion's.

 

15. F9 to Add/Remove Breakpoint

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'F9' will toggle breakpoints for the current line.

 

 

16. F12 to Go to Definition

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Put the cursor on an item and hit 'F12'. Instant 'go to definition' functionality.

 

17. Shift-F5 to Stop Debugging

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To stop debugging a project, use "Shift-F5". Much quicker than going through the Debug menu.

 

18. Shift-F12 to Find Usages

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'Shift-F12' will find all usages of the item the cursor is currently on and display the "Find Usages" dialog (this is ReSharper's version of the dialog; standard VS2008 looks a little different):

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19. 'prop' to Create New Property

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Add a new property in code by typing prop then hitting the Tab key twice. This "prop-TAB-TAB" combination will create a property template that looks like:

   1: public int MyProperty { get; set; }

 

Mouse Shortcuts

1. Right-click to add references

Say you've just entered a line of code like the following where the red squiggly indicates you haven't yet added the necessary reference (in VS2010 Beta 2, the red squiggly isn't showing up, but the shortcut still works):

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You could jump to the top of the file and type it in manually, or you could right-click on the squiggly-indicated word and choose "Resolve | using …":

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This will add the needed reference for you, no typing required.

 

2. Zoom In/Zoom Out

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The same Word functionality of pressing Ctrl and zooming in and out is now in VS2010.

 

3. Remove unused references

Many times there are references included in the "using…" section that are not needed. Removing the unnecessary ones is easy: Right-click anywhere on the code file, select "Organize Usings | Remove Unused Usings".

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4. Sort usings

To sort your "usings…" section, right-click anywhere on the code file and select "Organize Usings | Sort Usings".

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5. Open a file's "containing folder"

Right-click on an open file's tab, select "Open Containing Folder".

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6. Copy a file's folder location to the clipboard

Right-click on an open file's tab, select "Copy Full Path".

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7. Close all files but "this" one

If you have more than one file open, you can right-click on one of the file tabs (the one which you want to stay open) and choose "Close All But This". This will close all other files.

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8. Close tab 

A quick way of closing a tab is to use the mouse scroll or middle button. Hover the mouse cursor over the tab, click the mouse scroll button, and the file (and it's tab) will close.

 

9. Highlight References/Usages

Place the cursor on any member and VS2010 will auto-highlight it throughout:

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Conclusion

Again, if anyone has anything I missed (I know there's got to be a lot), leave a comment. I'd love to learn some new ones!

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posted on 2010-09-15 22:44 杨粼波 阅读(957) 评论(0)  编辑 收藏 引用


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