I suggest you ...

Change the order of menu items while right-click in code.

Chances are if I am right clicking, I want to either:
- Go to definition
- Find all references
- View Designer
which are all "hidden" in the middle of the menu and mentally you have to go looking for them

Have them at the top of the menu, instead of things like
Locate in Solution
Insert Guid
Organize Usings

which are not used as much.

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    Wayne MurphyWayne Murphy shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • mrdevmrdev commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This feature is already available. I just looked at 2005 and 2010. It is in Tools->Customize... menu. On 2005/2008 you click the check box for the Context Menus "toolbar", which makes all the context menus appear in the toolbar area and then you can drag and drop. On 2010, they took away drag and drop, (unnecessary WPF rewrite), but they have a Move Up / Move Down buttons in the "Commands" tab in the dialog. Just look for "Context Menu" string in the dialog and you'll be ok.

        I noticed that this caused some crashes on my machine, but it might be something related to my "home made" add-ins.

      • Chris WrightChris Wright commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Wish I had some votes left to vote for this. I agree they are the only 3 things I ever use the right click menu for.

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