Make Ctrl+Right / Ctrl+Left shortcuts navigate between subwords in a camel case word
Currently Ctrl+Right / Ctrl+Left combinations navigate over whole words in the text editor. IDEs that use this combination to navigate between subwords of a camel case word make my typing / editing so much faster. At the moment I have to use Qt Creator for heavy editing and VS only for building / debugging.
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pleease we need it
I would like to have it too!
Simon Kögler commented
Yes, there really should be native support for subword navigation in Visual Studio. Right now, I use this extension: https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/8799bdda-b6f1-44c1-b029-23ef51b31c18
Fredrik Nilsson commented
Gwennin LB commented
Why not have another shortcut? like Alt+Right or Alt+Left ?