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[Resolved] NavigateTo prompt is quite jumpy



[Resolved] NavigateTo prompt is quite jumpy

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#1

logan.moore

    Posted 20 Jul 2015

    While trying to use the Navigate To feature (by pressing Ctrl+, or Edit -> Navigate To),

    As I type in a class name, the UI is frozen for a second while the IDE opens up the top suggestion in a preview pane.

    Keyboard entry still works while the UI is frozen, because after the preview pane has opened, any text entered while it was frozen appears.

    I prefer this method of navigating code as it's hands off mouse. It would be nice if loading the preview didn't effect the navigate to input box or list of suggestions. Or if the opening of a file in a preview pane was significantly faster, but I guess we're working within the constraints of VS here.



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    #2

    vlgubanovich

      Posted 20 Jul 2015

      Hi logan,moore,


      You can disable this behavior from the menu Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Tabs and Windows -> Preview Tab -> Preview selected files in Navigate To

      Hope this helps.


      Thanks,

      Vladimir


      Vladimir Gubanovich
      Head of Product
       
      The Welkin Suite
      skype id: vladimir.gubanovich
      e-mail: vladimir.gubanovich@welkinsuite.com


      #3

      logan.moore

        Posted 20 Jul 2015

        That's a suitable workaround. If I'm using navigate to, I typically already know the name of the class I'm opening, so I don't need a preview.

        Thanks.



        #4

        vlgubanovich

          Posted 22 Jul 2015

          Hi logan.moore,


          I'm glad that this solution helped you.

          I'll close this topic as Resolved if you don't mind.


          Thanks,

          Vladimir


          Vladimir Gubanovich
          Head of Product
           
          The Welkin Suite
          skype id: vladimir.gubanovich
          e-mail: vladimir.gubanovich@welkinsuite.com


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