I have Visual Studio 2012 installed, as well as Resharper 7.1.1000.900 and StyleCop 4.7.44.
The issue is that since Resharper was installed, no shortcuts have been active.
For instance, I can rename using the ‘Refactor > Rename’ command. However, the shortcut Ctrl+R has no effect.
In ‘Resharper > Options > Environment > Keyboard & Menus,’ I selected ‘Visual Studio’ as the keyboard scheme.
Is it possible to turn on keyboard shortcuts? Thanks.
Asked by Julia
Reset all Visual Studio settings first (Tools > Import and Export Settings > Reset all settings), then go to Resharper > Options > Keyboard & Menus and re-apply the keyboard shortcut scheme.
Once upon a time, I had to do something similar.
Answered by Nick Spreitzer
For me, this worked.
Apply and Save / Resharper / Options / KeyBoard & Menus / None /
Set to Visual Studio / Apply and Save / Resharper / Options / KeyBoard & Menus / Set to Visual Studio / Apply and Save
Answered by ND72
The same thing happened to me, and a reset didn’t help. Then I got some aid from the resharper community. It was a simple solution! I’m from Russia, so Russian is generally my default keyboard. I changed the default keyboard to English in the control panel | language settings | change keyboard. Then, in VS, reapply the settings: Apply the R# scheme in Resharper|Options|Keyboard&Menus. And the issue was resolved:)
Answered by Yuri Fedoseev
One day, I had a lot of trouble getting this one to function in VS2015. Everything worked OK after the initial installation, however when I came in this morning, my keyboard shortcuts were not working. It didn’t work going through Resharper’s Environment > Keyboard & Menus, and it didn’t work reinstalling Resharper. It didn’t help to delete every configuration from Resharper’s AppData folder.
So, what worked? Reset the keyboard by going to Tools > Options > Environment > Keyboard in Visual Studio and selecting Reset. After that, Resharper’s strategies would take effect.
Answered by Adam Skinner
Alternately, make sure Resharper is turned on. Because my Visual Studio didn’t update my Resharper licence information, there was a menu option “Why is Resharper disabled?” when I opened the resharper menu (after trying to find out why my shortcuts stopped functioning!). By selecting the menu option, a dialogue appears, which automatically resolves the licencing. Why do I have to enter the dialogue for the thing to automatically renew, Jetbrains?
Answered by InquisitorJax
Post is based on https://stackoverflow.com/questions/16364059/keyboard-shortcuts-are-not-active-in-visual-studio-with-resharper-installed