Go To File
This command navigates you to any file within the current solution.
Note that this command works in global scope, that is you do not need to bring your focus to the editor to invoke it.
Go to a file in the current solution
In the main menu, chooseor press Shift+Control+N.
In the Enter file or folder name popup that appears, start typing the item name. As you type, the lookup list narrows down, suggesting names that match the entered substring.
If you have a full or a relative path to a solution file in the clipboard — for example, if you copied it from a CLI server — you can paste the path to the input field of the popup.
Do one of the following:
Click the desired item to open it in the editor.
Select the desired item by pressing Up and Down and then press Enter to open it in the editor.
To locate the selected file in the Solution Explorer, click Show in Solution Explorer or press Ctrl+Enter.
If the preview tab is enabled in Visual Studio options ( ), the file will also open in the editor.
You can narrow down the list of items using CamelHumps. It is case-insensitive, so there is no difference between 'iconfse' and 'IConfSe'. If you want to navigate to a file in a particular folder, you can type parts of the file path and split them using spaces, slashes or backslashes. Consider the example below: You can also use wildcards when specifying the name: '*' (asterisk) represents zero or more characters; '+' (plus) represents one or more characters. To specify a line in the searched file, type it after a
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. For example, you can select a filename in a string and then press Shift+Control+N to search for files in your solution that match this name.
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.