Collapse to definitions on XAML with CTRL+M+O like happen on C# code.
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To collapse nodes in XAML we have to do CTRL+M+M or use the mouse to collapsed eash node.
Will be nice to have a shortcut like in the C# editor that collapse all the nodes.
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Paul Robert Cotter commented
Unfortunately (for me anyway) the way Ctrl-M Ctrl-O works has changed in the code editor between 2015 and 2017. It used to collapse down to regions if they were there. Now it doesn't. I would dearly like an edit.CollapseToRegions. Ctr+M+R would suit me.
Radek Surowka commented
You can always use CTRL+A, then CTRL+M+M, but feature to use CTRL+M+O would be much more intuitive for me as well.