Posts Tagged ‘Popup Menu’

CodeRush Smart Tags Catalog options page

June 13th, 2012 Comments off

The Smart Tags Catalog options page shows registered Smart Tags providers and allows you to control their appearance in the code editor context menu and CodeRush Popup menu.

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CodeRush Jump to (Navigation) menu reorganization

January 26th, 2012 Comments off

Starting with the next minor update v2011 vol2.8, the “Jump to” CodeRush navigation menu is reorganized. Before, there was too much noise with the bunch of rarely-used navigation providers:

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DXCore Services – SmartTag

October 31st, 2011 Comments off

The SmartTag DXCore service provides access to the smart tags and popup menu manipulation APIs.

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How to manage the refactoring provider appearance and sub menus in the Popup menu

September 30th, 2011 Comments off

The Refactor!/CodeRush Popup menu shows available refactoring and code operations in the current context. When you develop a DXCore plug-in with a refactoring provider component, you might need to tweak its appearance in the popup menu. We will see how to change the caption of a refactoring menu item and the text of the hint describing a refactoring operation. Also, we will learn how to add and manage sub menu items for the popup menu.

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Refactorings preview hinting

September 24th, 2010 5 comments

Almost all refactorings have a preview hint which allows you to see the resulting code before a particular refactoring is performed. This is very useful, because it is a great help to understand what will happen in the code once an action is taken. Moving among available refactorings in the Refactor! popup menu or a SmartTag popup menu will be reflected in the preview for each one. Here are previews of some possible refactorings you can perform using the Refactor! popup menu:

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How to perform a code refactoring using IDE tools

September 7th, 2010 Comments off

There are several methods which allow you to perform a particular refactoring. Multiple methods are provided to ensure that you feel comfortable inside the Visual Studio IDE. These approaches are available:

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