Navigate To is a single shortcut for all your navigation needs. It provides a drop-down list that shows all contextually available navigation destinations wherever your caret is in the code editor, in the Object Browser, in the Solution Explorer or Class View, in the File Structure, or another ReSharper tool window.
- Place the caret on a symbol in the code editor or select the symbol in another window, or just set the caret anywhere in the code editor.
ReSharper | Navigate | Navigate To
on the main menu, or press
drop-down list will appear.
Depending on the caret position or selection, the drop-down list will include all relevant navigation options.
- Select an option from the list and click on it or press Enter.
- If the selected option has a single destination, ReSharper will bring you there immediately, if there are several destination, another drop-down list will open providing you with the further choice. You can study one of the corresponding topics to learn more about the selected navigation option.
Where applicable, the Navigate To list covers general navigation and search features, specifically:
- Go to Declaration
- Go to Implementation
- Go to Usages of Symbol
- Go to Base Symbols
- Go to Derived Symbols
- Go to Type of Symbol
- Go to Related Files
In addition, Navigate To extends the developer's toolset with a bunch of contextual navigation features that are not directly available from the ReSharper | Navigate menu:
- Navigate to Control Flow Target
- Navigate to Function Exits
- Navigate to Implementing Members
- Navigate to Overriding Members
- Navigate to Conflicting Declarations
- Navigate to Member Overloads
- Navigate to to-Do Explorer
- Navigate to Test Explorer
- Navigate to Extension Methods
- Navigate to Parameter Declaration
- Navigate to Object Browser
- Navigate to Decompiled Sources
- Navigate to Metadata View
- Navigate to Sources from Symbol Files
Whenever you execute a Navigate To action that highlights a set of symbols that are not entirely visible on the current screen, you can navigate to the highlights using ReSharper Marker Bar (take a note of blue markers in the example for Member Overloads). When you've finished examining the highlights, press Esc to remove them.