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Navigate to XAML Element

You can jump to a named element from any place in your XAML code.

Expanded Usage

  • Place your caret on any symbol in your XAML code.

  • Invoke the Jump To window. Do one of the following:

    • Hit the Ctrl+Alt+N shortcut.

    • Hit Num Del if you have enabled the Numeric keypad bindings feature via Setup Wizard.

    • Use the CodeRush | Navigate | Jump to.. menu item.
  • Choose the XAML Element item in the Jump To window.

You can type an element name in the search field, and CodeRush filters locations dynamically as you type.

  • Select the element from the "Available locations" list and press the Enter key.

CodeRush moves the caret to the specified element, bringing it into view.

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