As I promised during my session “Turn on Turbo Mode for Your Visual Studio Usage and Debugging” on .NET DeveloperDays 2018, I’m posting the shortcuts I was showing.
But, first thing first. The Ctrl-Alt-Down and Ctrl-Alt-Up shortcuts were not working, as I was told, because the system-wide graphics card driver shortcuts were eating it. Stupid driver. Here are both really in action.
So here are the shorcuts, without description, thus you have to try them, hopefully learning some during. 😉
Win-<number> Win-Alt-<number> Win-Shift-<number> Ctrl-DblClick Ctrl-Alt-Down Ctrl-Q Alt-Enter Ctrl-. F12, Alt-F12 Ctrl-- Ctrl-G Alt-Shift-C Ctrl-R-M Ctrl-M-M Ctrl-M-O Ctrl-Space Ctrl-Shift-Space Ctrl Ctrl-Alt-Space Ctrl-; Ctrl-, Ctrl-E-C, Ctrl-E-U Ctrl-E-D, Ctrl-K-D Ctrl-Up, Ctrl-Down Alt Ctrl-Alt-LClick Alt-Up, Alt-Down Ctrl-Shift-Up, Ctrl-Shift-Down Ctrl-) (or Ctrl-], Ctrl-}) Ctrl-Alt-Up Ctrl-Shift-) F8, Shift-F8 Alt-PgUp, Alt-PgDn Ctrl-Shift-L Ctrl-Shift-V Ctrl-K-X Ctrl-K-S Ctrl-F, F3, Ctrl-H, Ctrl-I, Ctrl-Shift-I F5 F9 F10, F11 Ctrl-F10