Assigning a shortcut to Code Template

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  1. Toshiyuki Tega
    Toshiyuki Tega avatar
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    Member since:
    Sep 2012

    Posted 18 Nov 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Telerik,

    Congrats for your new product. JustCode looks very promising and super-fast, I've already replaced DevExpress CodeRush which I have to turn off occasionary for performance reasons.

    There's one thing I miss at the moment and it is the nifty code completion feature of CodeRush since it worked almost transparently as you type "if", "using" and so on. If Code Template can work that way, I think it would be very nice but it's just a suggestion.

    Anyway I'm trying to get used to the JustCode's template feature but it is not working even if I type "Alt+End" as the documentation says. As such is the case, I tried to map a shortcut on my own and looked for a command, in VS keyboard mapping configuration, which corresponds to "Show Available Code Commands..." but I couldn't figure out which one is. Is it possible to map a keyboard shortcut to the Code Template feature at this time?

    I'm using VS 2008 SP1 Japanese FYI.

    Thank you,
  2. Answer
    Deyan Varchev
    Deyan Varchev avatar
    150 posts

    Posted 18 Nov 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Toshiyuki,

    We are glad to hear you liked JustCode. As part of our efforts to make it even better we have large number of features that are still to be added before the official release. Code completion it one of the most requested features and I thus we should have it till we officially release JustCode.

    Addressing your other issue - showing a list of the templates should be working either with Alt + End or Ctrl + Alt + End. If those keyboard short cuts does not work you can try to restore you shortcuts by clicking the "Restore keyboard shortcuts" button in JustCode's options dialog (JustCode -> Options).

    In case you want to change the keyboard shortcut to e other - more suitable for you - you can do that using the following procedure:
    1. Go to VS Tools menu and select Options...
    2. In the Environment -> Keyboard section you will be listed all registered commands.
    3. In the "Show commands containing" text box enter JustCode.Code - this is the command that corresponds to "Show Available Code Commands..."

    Now you can assign the desired by you shortcut.

    Should you have any other questions, please feel free ti contact us again.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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