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ReSharper | Windows | Find Results

The Find Results window is used to display results of searching for usages . It displays results of the latest search as well as results of previous searches in different tabs.

Button Name Description


Helps rerun usage search, which is useful after modifying your code.

Expand All/Collapse All

Expands/collapses all nodes in the current tab.


Navigate to the previous/next result in the result panel and scrolls through the source code accordingly.

Show Preview

Hides or shows the preview pane in the position specified using the drop-down list (in the bottom of the window or to the right of the usages list).


Opens the Export Data dialog box where you can:

  • Preview results as plain text in the Preview area and copy them by clicking Copy to Clipboard.
  • Save results as a text file by entering its name in the Save exported file as field or specifying it with the Browse button and then clicking Save.

Merge Occurrences on the Same Line

If this button is selected, occurrences that belong to the same line are merged.

Show All Usages

When this button is selected, all usages are displayed.

Show Only Read Usages

When this button is selected, only references to read usages are displayed. Available for the usages of fields or local variables.

Show Only Write Usages

When this button is selected, only references to write usages are displayed. Available for usages of fields or local variables.

Filter Usages

With this drop-down list, you can select a specific type of usages to display. Several options are provided:

  • Show Read Usages (getters for properties, read methods for fields).
  • Show Write Usages (setters for properties, write methods for fields).
  • Show Invocation Usages
  • Show Attribute Usages
  • Show Other Usages (anything that does not fit into the above categories).
  • Show Base Method Calls
  • Show Unit Test Usages
  • Show Usages in Documentation (XmlDoc).

Group by

Select a mode of grouping usages from the drop-down list. Possible options help display results as a tree grouped by type, member, namespace, folder etc., or as a flat list (option None).


Closes the current tab.

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