Parameter Information is a tooltip that thoroughly describes all possible method signatures and parameters with relevant documentation when you're working on a method call. As you add new parameters, ReSharper hides all incompatible signatures.
Depending on your settings, this tooltip may or may not appear automatically while you type, but you can at any time display it by pressing Ctrl+PCtrl+Shift+Space with your caret over method parameters.
- In the editor, position the caret within an argument list of a method call (or a new operator, indexer, etc.)
On the main menu, choose
ReSharper | Edit | Parameter Information,
A tooltip will display with a scrollable list of signatures:
Depending on your settings, you can opt to display all available signatures, or just one signature at a time.
- As you continue typing parameters, inapplicable signatures are grayed out.
Press Ctrl+PCtrl+Shift+Space / Ctrl+Shift+PCtrl+Shift+Alt+Space
or use arrow buttons to scroll through the list and display summary for the
currently selected signature. Cursor keys are still available to
navigate through the source code.
Pressing Tab or Shift+TabShift+Tab while Parameter Information is shown for a method call, lets you navigate between passing parameters.
This feature is supported in the following languages/technologies:
The instructions and examples given here address the use of the feature in C#. For details specific to other languages, see the corresponding topics in the ReSharper by Language section.