dotPeek 2019.2 Help

General

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This page of dotPeek options summarizes general settings of the dotPeek environment.

Item

Description

Integrate with Windows Explorer

Tick this check box to add the Browse with JetBrains dotPeek command to the context menu of the Windows Explorer for supported file types. Also, if this option is enabled, .dll files are opened by double-clicking them in the Windows Explorer.

Show managed memory usage in status bar

If this check box is selected, the amount of managed memory used by the whole process is shown in the rightmost position of the status bar.

Show 'Report error' dialog...

If dotPeek encounters an internal exception, by default it shows a notification in the status bar but does not interrupt your work (if it is still possible). You can click the notification icon later to review exception details and submit them to JetBrains in a modal dialog.
If you select this option, the modal dialog will be displayed automatically each time an exception occurs.

Keyboard
Keyboard shortcuts scheme

You can switch between two default keyboard shortcut schemes .

Use CamelHumps in viewer navigation

Enables CamelHumps for the following actions:

  • Extend/Shrink Selection (Ctrl+W / Ctrl+Shift+W)

  • Extend Selection to Next/Previous Word (Ctrl+Shift+Right,Arrow / Ctrl+Shift+Left,Arrow)

  • Go to Next/Previous Word (Ctrl+Left,Arrow / Ctrl+Right,Arrow)

If this checkbox is selected, the words that compose CamelHumped names are taken into account when you use these actions.

Visual Experience
Color theme

Allows you to choose one of the color themes (Light, Blue, or Dark).

Sync to Visual Studio color theme

Allows you to synchronize dotPeek color theme with the currently selected theme of Visual Studio. If there are several versions of Visual Studio installed on your machine, the theme of the latest version is used.

Use themed window chrome

This option, which is only available for the Light and the Dark themes, changes the appearance of frame and heading of dotPeek's main window.

Last modified: 11 July 2019