[MonoDevelop] Feature request - Solution panel auto-navigation
adam.rpconnelly at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 21:28:24 UTC 2012
I would second this. It's something that really annoys me when I'm
using monodevelop because I don't tend to navigate using the solution
I normally prefer to keep the solution explorer at some point I'm
currently looking at, then use ctrl-clicking on items or going to a
type by typing it's name in, then closing the files when I'm done.
Because of the way that monodevelop automatically navigates to the
file, I find myself collapsing folders in the tree quite a lot.
I'd prefer either eclipse's way where you can toggle the behaviour on
or off, or a shortcut to show the current file in the solution
explorer when I want to find it like resharper.
On 8 Aug 2012, at 20:00, Michael Hutchinson <m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 22 July 2012 11:37, Nicholas Frechette <zeno490 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm not sure what is the proper channel for feature requests but here
>> goes nothing:
>> A very annoying behavior I always turn off in Visual Studio is the
>> auto-navigation in the solution tree when the selected file changes.
>> This needlessly expands things I would otherwise always keep collapsed
>> and tends to clutter the solution panel.
>> Sadly this is enabled by default in both Visual Studio and MonoDevelop.
> AFAIK the option was only there historically in VS for performance
> reasons, and no other users have requested this, so I'd be reluctant
> to add an option to MD for this. But feel free to file an enhancement
>> Would it be possible to add an option to disable this feature in
>> monodevelop? I am fine with it being enabled by default (as it
>> currently is) and would be quite content with just a way to disable
>> this locally (which is currently not possible unless I am mistaken, in
>> which case, please tell me!!).
>> Alternatively, if someone can point me in a direction where to look, I
>> would be happy to do this myself and submit a patch.
> I took a quick look and I couldn't figure it out, so I suspect it
> would take some digging.
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