Add ctrl-click go to definition from Productivity Power Tools
The VS2010 Productivity Power Tools had a ctrl-click go to definition feature. This was great and could be an easy option to add (does not need to be on by default).
Matthew Vukomanovic commented
Power productivity tools for 2012 are here
Michael Paterson commented
I'm more of a keyboard guy. I use F12.
Nathan Faulkner commented
http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/4b286b9c-4dd5-416b-b143-e31d36dc622b does the same thing as the VS Power Tools for 2010 but has been updated for VS2012
I'am also missing the strg-click. Please bring this back to us ...
How do you navigate with mouse-button? Is there any setings for that?
To select a word - just double-click.
Strongly preferred this. It's both more convenient and efficient, and easier to learn and remember.
Manfred Suttorp commented
Totally agree!!! Do we need a petition for this???
Bernardo Antunes commented
Please, leave the ctrl+click alone to the word selection, as it always was. I need it! :)
Karó Gyökér commented
Would be much more confortable if I wasn't need to press anything on the keyboard... For example if I could click on it with the middle mouse button. I already can navigate backward and forward with the mouse button 4 and 5 (on the side of the mouse).
VS11 C++ has the same irritating behavior. While highlighting a class member neither F12 nor Go to Definition takes you to the method in the .cpp file. This bug has been around for awhile.