Out of the box, ReSharper features have default configurations, which are based on conventions and best practices in the .NET world. However, every feature can be flexibly adjusted according to your needs and preferences.
ReSharper preferences can be configured in the following places:
You can view and edit the main set of preferences in the ReSharper options dialog ( ).
The main set of ReSharper options is saved using the mechanism of layered settings, which allows you to have different preferences for different solutions and to share the preferences with your team by keeping the desired subset of settings under a VCS. When configuring ReSharper, it is very important to understand the way the mechanism of layered settings work. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to study the Manage and share ReSharper settings topic before you make any significant changes to ReSharper settings.
To configure the main set of ReSharper preferences
In the Visual Studio menu, choose.
In the ReSharper options dialog that appears, select a node in the left pane and configure settings in the right pane.
Use the search field in the left top corner to find a specific preference.
Click Save in the Options dialog to apply the modifications and let ReSharper choose where to save them, or save the modifications to a specific settings layer by choosing this layer from the Save To selector. For more information, see manage and share resharper settings.
The detains of configuring specific ReSharper features are described in the sections related to these features, for example: Configure code inspection settings. In this section, you will learn how work with ReSharper layered settings and how to configure general ReSharper preferences:
- Specify license information
- Manage and share ReSharper settings
- Configure project-specific properties
- Manage extensions
- Change icon sets
- Configure caches
- Ignore parts of the code
- Configure fonts and colors
- Configure keyboard shortcuts
- Default keyboard shortcut schemes