ReSharper 2019.2 Help

Keyboard & Menus

ReSharper | Options | Environment | Keyboard & Menus

This page of ReSharper options allows you to adjust integration of ReSharper's menus and choose a keyboard shortcuts scheme.



Commands & Menus
Override Visual Studio refactorings

Hides Visual Studio refactoring commands from from the Edit menu and from context menus. Also, when you invoke a Visual Studio refactoring with a shortcut, the corresponding ReSharper refactoring will be used.
Note that some keyboard shortcuts in the Visual Studio scheme override native Visual Studio refactoring shortcuts independently of this option.

Hide overridden Visual Studio menu items

Hides Visual Studio native menu items that are overridden by ReSharper functionality, for example, Visual Studio's Organize Usings menu.

Use Alt+R shortcut to open ReSharper main menu

If you use Visual Studio 2019 or later, the ReSharper menu gets hidden inside the Extensions menu, that's why ReSharper allows you to press Alt+R to quickly access its menu commands.
Note that Alt+R is used in some Visual Studio UI elements, for example, in the Find and Replace popup it will replace the next occurrence. If you use it this way or if you have assigned it to another action, disable this option.

Keyboard Shortcuts
ReSharper Ultimate keyboard scheme

You can switch between two default keyboard shortcut schemes or choose None to configure ReSharper shortcuts yourself, in Visual Studio options (Tools | Options | Environment | Keyboard). Click Apply to apply the selected scheme. For more information, see Configure Keyboard Shortcuts.

Apply Scheme

Applies the selected keyboard shortcut scheme. Note that the selected scheme is not saved in the settings.

Last modified: 18 November 2019