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Move Member to Region

This feature enables you to move a member or class to the desired region. Use the Member Icon menu to open the Move to Region menu.

Select a region from the Move to Region menu to embed the current member or class into it. You can filter the list or input the name for a new region by typing the required region name.


Create a new shortcut and bind it to the MoveToRegion command if you do not use the Member Icons feature or you prefer using a keyboard over a mouse. This shortcut invokes the Move to Region menu.

The Move to Region configuration options are available on the Editor | All Languages | Move to Region options page. You can also define a list of regions that always persists in the MoveToRegion list even if they are not in the file.

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