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||Posted - Sep 21 2016 : 08:02:01 AM
I like this new dialog!
BUT. I am a power user for years and I already assigned ALL the functions that VAX sees as recommended.
ScopeNext is one.
I assigned it, and I ause Alt+Down and Alt+Up for different functions. In my case it is to move lines up and down in the code.
So my keyboard assignement is JUST different, not missing.
So it would be great if there is a check box like:
"Ignore functions that are assigned to a different keyboard shortcut".
Also I didn't get this dialog automatically up to now. But I read
New dialog displays additional, recommended shortcuts for Visual Assist. Dialog opens one week after installation, or via VAssistX | Tools | Keyboard Shortcuts | Recommended.
If this would really popup automatically when I start VS, I would like to see an option to disable it. :)
Ignore the last wish, if it only pops up ONCE!
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||Posted - Sep 21 2016 : 9:49:38 PM
You can change the keybinding that VA recommends.
For VS2015, open regedit and go to:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Whole Tomato\Visual Assist X\VANet14\CommandBindings
Look for the 2 sets of command entries for VAssistX.ScopeNext and VAssistX.ScopePrevious.
Modify the "x-Binding" values for those two entries where 'x' matches the value in the "x-Command" entries.
||Posted - Sep 21 2016 : 12:25:43 PM
Thanks for feedback, that setting to hide commands already assigned to different binding is very interesting idea.
I have created a case for it:
Don't worry about showing the dialog on each VS start.
The dialog automatically pops only once.
And as you already opened it, it should not pop automatically.