You can easily navigate between errors, warnings and suggestions in your code. By default, navigation is limited to the current file, but if you enable the Solution-Wide Analysis, you can navigate between errors in the entire solution.
- Press Alt+F12Shift+Alt+PageDown to go to the next error, or Shift+Alt+F12Shift+Alt+PageUp to go to the previous error.
- On the main menu, choose ReSharper | Inspect | Next Error or ReSharper | Inspect | Previous Error.
Names of the navigation commands in the menu are changed if the Solution-Wide Analysis is enabled. Specifically, Next Error changes to Next Error in Solution and Previous Error becomes Previous Error in Solution.
If you are interested not only in errors but in all code issues, you can use other commands to jump between all code issues (errors, warnings, and suggestions) in the current file.
- Press F12Alt+PageDown to go to the next code issue, or Shift+F12Alt+PageUp to go to the previous code issue.
- On the main menu, choose ReSharper | Inspect | Next Issue in File or ReSharper | Inspect | Previous Issue in File.
If you do not need a particular inspection, press Alt+EnterAlt+Enter while you at the corresponding code and select Options for inspection. Then you can choose to disable it with comment or change its severity level to Do not show.