These commands applies to Visual Studio 2012, will probably work in newer versions as well. The Resharper commands are using standard “Visual Studio” keyboard scheme.
Shift+Alt+L (Locate current file in Solution Explorer)
Alt+F7 (Find usages of a class, method or variable in solution)
Ctrl+Click (Goto definition)
Alt+(+) (Alt and plus-key, find members within current file)
Ctrl+T (Goto type, symbol or file name)
Alt+Shift+T (Goto symbol)
Ctrl+Alt+Space (Smart autocomplete for current code)
Alt+Enter (Action list for code at caret)
Ctrl+Shift+R (Refactor this, selected text)
Shift+alt+pgdown – Next error in current file
Shift+alt+pgup – Previous error in current file
Ctrl+Shift+F1 Quick documentation (e.g. small help window for current html/code at caret)
Ctrl+R+R (Rename type/symbol with preview)
Ctrl+Shift+T (Goto file)
Ctrl+, (Recent files)
Ctrl+Shift+, (Recent edits)
Ctrl+F (Find in current file)
Ctrl+Shift+F (Find in files)
Ctrl+K, Ctrl+D (Format document)
Ctrl+K, Ctrl+F (Format selection)
Ctrl+K, Ctrl+C Comment line/selection
Ctrl+K, Ctrl+U Uncomment line/selection
Ctrl+Click (With popular extensions Goto definition or Productivity Power Tools)
F12 (Goto definition)
Ctrl+L (Remove line/selection)
Ctrl+D (Duplicate line/selection)
Ctrl+G (Goto line)
Ctrl+Mousewheel (Set editor zoomlevel, a great plugin that keeps zoomlevel consistent in all windows is TroutZoom)
Alt+F1 (MSDN documentation)
Ctrl+Q (Quickfind vs2012+ and with some extension vs2010)
Alt + Select vertical lines with mouse (Expands caret across several lines, insert text on several lines simultaneously)
Ctrl+shift+alt up/down move symbol (e.g method, props etc. within current class/file)
Ctrl+shift+alt left/right move method parameters within method definition.
Ctrl+B (Toggle breakpoint)
Ctrl+Alt+B (Breakpoints list)
Back and forward mouse button (goto to prev/next edit code position)
Ctrl+K, Ctrl+X (Insert snippet)
Left mouse button “triple click” – (Select entire line in vs2012+)
Snippets (enter text and then double tab-key):
nguid – Insert new GUID (Inside a string type: “nguid” and press tab tab)
prop – Insert a shorthand get set property
propfull – Insert a complete get set property with backing private field
ctor – create an parameterless constructor in the class.
Custom keyboard shortcuts
You can add your own keyboard shortcuts through Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Keyboard.
I have added the following:
Ctrl+Alt+B (Build.BuildSelection – this builds the “current” project and not the entire solution).
Ctrl+F12 (Tools.AttachtoIIS – this is a Visual Studio plugin, AttachTo which attaches the debugger to the projects IIS website)
Ctrl+Shift+G (Set keyboard shortcut to Edit.NavigateTo)
To customize the next and previous position re-map keyboard shortcuts to View.NavigateBackward and View.NavigateForward respectively. Use Ctrl+(-) (Ctrl and minuskey, navigate to previous position) Ctrl+(+) (Ctrl and pluskey, navigate to next position) for instance.
ReSharper Visual Studio scheme keymap
New to ReSharper? A great tip from a colleague of mine is to try to learn a few keyboard shortcuts everyday.
Goto file and line number immediately with ReSharper:
Press Ctrl-t and enter filename:[rownumber]
e.g.: Ctrl+t, enter master.css:3990 (opens master.css file and puts caret on line 3990).
And some simple smart tips from dileno regarding Visual Studio:
Learn some of these and rejoice!
ReSharper 8 Default Keymap – Visual Studio scheme: