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Navigate Through Files

The Jump To File window simplifies the process of switching between files in the solution. To display this window, press Ctrl + Alt + F. The window displays recent navigation targets after opening by default.


You can also open the Jump To File window using the CodeRush | Navigate | Jump to File... menu item.

After opening it, start typing a file name in the search field. File names are filtered dynamically as you type. You can also search for directories and projects.

If you are working only with the opened files, you can filter out the closed files from the results list. Use Ctrl to enter the scope selection menu.

In the scope selection menu, press A or O to switch between searching in all files and opened files only correspondingly.


CodeRush navigation providers also include Jump to Everything, which allows you to search for files and symbols simultaneously.

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