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Editor Behavior

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This page of ReSharper options allows you to adjust ReSharper's behavior in the editor.

ItemDescription
Typing assist
Use CamelHumps 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)
  • Delete text from the start of the word to the caret (Ctrl+Backspace)
  • Delete text from the caret to the end of the word Ctrl+Delete
If this check box is selected, the words that compose CamelHumped names are taken into account when you use these actions.
Auto-format on semicolon If this check box is selected, ReSharper applies code formatting rules to the statement when you enter a semicolon.
Auto-format on closing brace If this check box is selected, ReSharper applies code formatting rules to the block of code when you type its closing brace.
Correct common language-specific typos If this check box is selected, ReSharper automatically fixes mistyped characters - @$ in verbatim string interpolation or dot or semicolon inside parentheses.
You may want to clear this check box if you prefer to specify double values without the leading zero, e.g. DoSomething(.33);.
Braces and Parentheses
Auto-insert pair brackets, parenthesis and quotes If this check box is selected, a closing bracket, parenthesis or quote is automatically created whenever you type the corresponding opening element [, (, " or '. If you change your mind and press Backspace to delete the opening delimiter, its closing pair is also deleted.
Auto-insert closing brace If this check box is selected, a closing brace is inserted automatically:
  • Immediately after you've typed the opening brace (On typing an opening brace)
  • After you've typed the opening brace and pressed Enter (On Enter after an opening brace)
Structural navigation
Use Tab/Shift+Tab keys for structural navigation This check box enables Structural Navigation and overrides the behavior of Tab and Shift+Tab. There are also three sub-options that allow you to specify when the standard behavior of these keys should be preserved.

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Last modified: 15 February 2017