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AceJump For Visual Studio

Allows for quick movement around the editor screen. Inspired by AceJump for Webstorm and Vim plugin AceJump.

Download it at https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=jsturtevant.AceJump

Use

  1. Press "Ctrl + Alt + ;" to display a key selector.
  2. Press any letter to highlight occurrences in the text editor.
  3. Press highlighted character and your cursor jumps to that spot!

demo of acejump for visual studio

To change keybinding:

  1. Open the Keybord settings at Tools->Options->Environment->Keyboard.
  2. Type acejump in the show commands containing dialog box.
  3. Enter new keyboard shortcut and hit assign.
  4. Hit OK

edit keyboard binding

Contributors

Thanks to everyone who has contibuted to the project:

Build yourself

  1. [Install VS 2017 Extensibility Workload] (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/extensibility/installing-the-visual-studio-sdk)
  2. Build Project using VS Build
  3. Run Unit Tests

Manually test in Experimental version:

  1. Right click on Project file and select properties:
  2. Select Debug Tab
  3. Select Start External Program and enter path to devenv.exe. Usually something like: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe
  4. Under Start Options->Command Line Arguements enter /rootSuffix Exp
  5. Start Debugging and Experimental version of VS will startup and you can set breakpoints in the code.
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