Go to Text
Control+N 3 times
This navigation command lets you quickly find and navigate to any text in source and textual files of your solution. Besides files of supported languages, you can locate text in any text files in your solution. This command generally works much faster that Visual Studio's native Find in Files command, but as a downside, it does not support regular expressions.
By default, navigation to text is integrated into Search Everywhere Control+N— ReSharper will show textual occurrences matching the query string in the end of the results list, after all matching types, symbols, and files. You can disable this behavior by clearing Integrate Go to Text into Search Everywhere on the page of ReSharper options .
Note that this command works in global scope, that is you do not need to bring your focus to the editor to invoke it.
Navigate to a text occurrence in code and textual files
Press Control+N 3 times or choosein the main menu
In the Find text popup that appears, start typing text you want to find. As you type, the lookup list narrows down, suggesting entries that match the entered text.
If you have navigated with this command during your current Visual Studio session, the last 10 strings you used for search appear in the list while the search field is empty.
If some text is selected in the editor or copied to the clipboard from Visual Studio, it appears in the search field.
By default, the text field is case-insensitive here. If necessary, click Match case to make the search case-sensitive.
Optionally, you can type the following filters before or after the search query:
/ext:- to limit the search to files with specific extension, for example,
/fm:- to limit the search to files matching specific mask, for example,
/cp- to limit the search to files in the current project.
/.- to limit the search to files in the current folder.
Do one of the following:
ReSharper can remember the last input that you used to find something with Search Everywhere/Go to Type, Go to Symbol, Go To File, and Go to Text actions. To enable or disable this behavior, use the Remember last search checkbox on the page of ReSharper options. When this option is selected, ReSharper will also use your current selection in the editor as the initial search query.
This feature is supported in the following languages and technologies:
The instructions and examples given here address the use of the feature in C#. For details specific to other languages, see corresponding topics in the ReSharper by Language section.