Search & Navigation
This page of ReSharper options allows you to adjust ReSharper's features related to navigation & search.
|Enable 'Search Everywhere'||If this checkbox is selected, the Search Everywhere/Go to Type command searches for types, symbols, and files; otherwise, it only searches for types.|
|Integrate Go to Text into Search Everywhere|
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 this checkbox.
If this option is disabled, you can navigate to text by pressing Control+N three times.
|Fuzzy results in Go to Text|
When this checkbox is selected, Go to Text (Control+N 3 times) takes into account various typos and missing words.
Otherwise, only direct matches will ge listed in the results.
|Remember last search|
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. 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.
|Remember extended search preferences||Select this option to remember search command options, such as Include library types in Go to Symbol, Include base members in Go to File Member, and Match case in Go to Text.|
|Go to Usage: if there is only one result, navigate without displaying the list||If this checkbox is selected and a single usage is found by the Go to Usage feature, the pointer is transferred to the usage right away.|
|Go to Base/Inheritor: if there is only one result, navigate without displaying the list||If this checkbox is selected and a single occurrence is found by either Go to Base Symbols or Go to Derived Symbols, the pointer is transferred to the occurrence right away.|
|Rich mouse navigation in the editor|
If this checkbox is selected, you can navigate to declaration of a symbol by Ctrl -clicking any of its usages in the editor.
The main menu command and the Control+B shortcut stay available regardless of this setting.
|Use Ctrl+Alt+Click for Go to Implementation|
If this checkbox is selected, you will be able to navigate to implementation of a symbol by Ctrl+Alt -clicking symbols.
Note that in Visual Studio 2017 and later, the Ctrl+Alt -click is used for adding multiple carets. So you may want to disable this option if you use Visual Studio's multi-caret features.
The main menu command and the Control+Shift+Alt+B shortcuts stay available regardless of this setting.
|Use Middle-Click to Go to Declaration||If this checkbox is selected, you can navigate to declaration of a symbol using the middle mouse button.|
|Use Ctrl+Middle-Click to Peek Usages||If this checkbox is selected, you will be able study symbol usages in the Peek Definition view by Ctrl -clicking the middle mouse button on its declaration or any of its usages in the editor.|
|Use Ctrl+Shift+Click to Peek Declaration||If this checkbox is selected, you will be able to open the declaration of a symbol in the Peek Definition view by Ctrl+Shift -clicking any of its usages in the editor.|
|Use Ctrl+Alt+Middle-Click to Peek Implementations||If this checkbox is selected, you will be able to open implementations of a symbol in the Peek Definition view by Ctrl+Alt -clicking the middle mouse button on its declaration or any of its usages in the editor.|
|Open new files in preview tab from everywhere||If this checkbox is selected, every time a navigation or search command opens a new file, it opens in the Preview tab.|
|Smart Go to Declaration behavior|
Use this selector to choose how the Go to declaration command Control+B behaves when the caret is already on a declaration. You have the following options:
|Find generic type usages behavior||This selector allows you to choose how the Find Usages feature searches for generic type usages. |
When searching for usages of generic types such as
Find Results window
|Expand search results tree by default||If this checkbox is selected, whenever a ReSharper search feature (for example Find Usages or Structural Search and Replace) derives results that can be presented as a tree structure, all branches of that tree are expanded in the Find Results window.|
|Merge occurrences on a single line||If this checkbox is enabled, several search matches on the same line are displayed as a single result in the search results list in the Find Results window|
|Open preview tab for selected item||If this checkbox is selected, the files are opened in the Preview tab when you double-click the results in the Find Results window.|
Elements to skip
In this section, you can specify a list of files, folders or file masks that will be ignored by navigation and search commands.
You can use the following wildcards in file masks:
?to match one character
*to match one or more characters
**to match files and folders recursively
Source browsing URIs
If you use JetBrains Upsource for code review and repository browsing, you can specify a URI to your Upsource installation in this field. This will allow you to quickly copy the Upsource link for the current file using the Copy Fully-qualified Name feature.
If your project in Upsource corresponds to the Visual Studio solution name, the URI should be
|Source Browsing URI||If you use Roslyn-based source browser for code repository browsing, you can specify a URI to your source browser installation in this field. This will allow you to quickly copy the source browser link for the current file using the Copy Fully-qualified Name feature.|
Debugger integration options
|Navigate to actual type in Go to Declaration|
Use this selector to choose whether Go to declaration (Control+B or Ctrl -click) invoked in debug mode should navigate from usages of interface members to the exact implementations that are used in the current frame.