To add a new layer
  1. On the main menu, choose ReSharper | Manage Options. The Settings Layers dialog opens.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Depending on what kind of layer should be added, select one of default layers. Click Add Layer Configuring_ReSharper__Sharing_Configuration_Options__Add_Layer, then click New Layer.
    • Depending on what kind of layer should be added, right-click one of default layers. Click Add Layer on the context menu, then click New Layer.
    The Save As dialog opens.
  3. Type a new name for the layer in the File name box.
  4. Optionally, change the type using the Save as type list.
  5. Click Save to actually create the layer and include it into the ReSharper settings.
To include an existing layer
  1. On the main menu, choose ReSharper | Manage Options. The Settings Layers dialog opens.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Depending on what kind of layer should be added, select one of default layers. Click Add Layer Configuring_ReSharper__Sharing_Configuration_Options__Add_Layer, then click Existing Layer.
    • Depending on what kind of layer should be added, right-click one of default layers. Click Add Layer on the context menu, then click Existing Layer.
    The Open dialog opens.
  3. Browse for a file, then select it or start typing its name in the File name box.
  4. Optionally, change the type using the Save as type list.
  5. Click Save to actually create the layer and include it into the ReSharper settings.
To edit a layer
  1. Select a layer to be edited.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Click Edit Layer Configuring_ReSharper__Sharing_Configuration_Options__Edit_Layer.
    • Right-click, then click Edit on the context menu.
    • Double-click the desired layer.
  3. The Options dialog opens, where all settings defined for the selected layer are displayed. The name of the layer and its location are displayed at the top of the dialog to clarify which layer the settings belong to.
  4. Click Save to save the changes and close the dialog.
To move a layer
  1. In the Settings Layers dialog select a layer to be moved.
  2. Click Move up or Move down depending on your goal.
To import settings
  1. In the Settings Layers dialog, select a layer where settings should be added.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • On the toolbar, click Import/Export Settings Configuring_ReSharper__Sharing_Configuration_Options__Import_Export. Depending on the location of the file to be imported, click Import from File or Import from URL.
    • Right-click the layer. Click Import from on the context menu, then click Import from File or Import from URL.
  3. Specify location of the imported file.
       Pay attention, that you cannot enter URL based on HTTP protocol.
  4. The Import from File dialog opens, where you specify group(s) of settings to be imported by selecting or clearing corresponding check boxes.
  5. Click OK to complete the import operation.
To export settings
  1. Select an existing layer to be exported to a file.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • On the toolbar, click Import/Export Settings Configuring_ReSharper__Sharing_Configuration_Options__Import_Export, then click Export to File.
    • Right-click the layer, then click Export to File on the context menu.
  3. The Export to File dialog opens, where you specify group(s) of settings to be exported by selecting or clearing corresponding check boxes.
  4. Click OK. The Save As dialog opens.
  5. Type a file name in the File name box.
  6. Optionally, change the type using the Save as type list.
  7. Click Save to complete the export operation.
To copy settings from one layer to another
  1. Select a layer which settings are to be copied.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • On the toolbar, click Copy Settings To Configuring_ReSharper__Sharing_Configuration_Options__Copy_To, then click the target layer name.
    • Right-click the layer, then click Copy Settings To and click the target layer name on the context menu.
    To see all available layers in a separate dialog, click Show All Layers. The Copy Settings from Layer to Layer dialog opens. Find the one you need and click it, then click Copy.
  3. The Copy To dialog opens where you can specify group(s) of settings to be copied by selecting or clearing corresponding check boxes.
  4. Click OK to complete the process.