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Visual Studio Commands

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Override Visual Studio refactorings Hides Visual Studio refactoring commands from from the Edit menu and from context menus. Also, when you invoke a Visual Studio refactoring with a shortcut, the corresponding ReSharper refactoring will be used.
Note that some keyboard shortcuts in the Visual Studio scheme override native Visual Studio refactoring shortcuts independently of this option.
Simplify Visual Studio menus Hides Visual Studio native menu items that are overridden by ReSharper functionality, for example, Visual Studio's Organize Usings menu.

The table below on this page lists all overridden Visual Studio commands and their shortcuts. You can clear checkboxes to disable specific overrides where you want to use native Visual Studio commands. Note that ReSharper commands will still be available via the ReSharper menu.

Last modified: 24 September 2020