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AdrianS Posted - Aug 22 2012 : 07:30:10 AM
One of the fixes included in build 1912 was "Goto (Alt+G) no longer offers to jump to a same-named (but unrelated) symbol in a different project." I understand why that fix may be desirable in many circumstances, but for me it broke useful behaviour. We have a large solution that supports an API. Because of the way the API is laid out, there are two implementations of each exposed function. Those implementations are in different projects. Alt+G used to be great for finding those implementations.

Would it be possible to have the Alt+G behaviour controlled by a registry setting?
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support Posted - Sep 13 2012 : 2:10:14 PM
A few bugs related to the Goto changes in build 1912 have been fixed in build 1916. In addition, you can control the new Goto filtering behavior under VA Options | Projects | File Handling.
sean Posted - Aug 22 2012 : 11:52:15 AM
Emailed via WT support

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