Close a window using the toolbar icon, context menu (Right-Click or ShiftF10, U or shortcut to oneFindResultsWindow.
Find in Results You can find a string (CtrlF) within Find References Results to isolate specific references of interest, especially within a results window that contains numerous entries.
If you broaden the scope of Find References to all projects, the next invocation of Rename or Change Signature will also search all projects.
(Highlighting is available only in the primary results windows,.e., not in cloned windows.) Cancel highlighting with the shortcut (H by unchecking "Highlight all or by pressing ESC within a source window.Visual Studio 2005 and newer, visual C 6, f4 and ShiftF4.Find References opens with the scope of the previous find.In these cases, the references are earmarked with a question mark in the results window.Allow Navigation to Stale Results If you modify source after running r-wipe & clean 9.4 serial Find References, some of the references in a results window may become stale, meaning they no longer refer to correct symbols or locations.Make highlighting of references in source windows the default enabling the option in the context menu of a Find References Results window, or by checking the option associated with highlight colors in the options dialog for Visual Assist.How do I check what has been disabled by Visual Assist X in ReSharper?Display #Include Hits A header file in C/C whose name is that of a symbol might be considered a reference to the symbol.Specify highlight colors in the options dialog of Visual Assist.The command ignores similarly named symbols of different contexts, and provides much more efficient access than Find in Files.Edit: Also, Visual Assist X overlaps some of Visual Studio's functionality: Navigation bar, quick info, parameter info.Icons Icons in a results window describe its references, including: definition or declaration modified / used on the left side of an expression not modified / used on the right side of an expression Cut, Copy, Delete You can copy (CtrlC) entries in a results.GotoPrevLocation even after you close the Find References Results window.Stop a Search You can prematurely terminate lengthy searches by clicking "Stop" in a results window, or by via the shortcut to cancel a build (CtrlBreak).The following is an example of a results window with project nodes.
If Find References Results is not available via a context menu in design mode, access the command via its default shortcut (ShiftAltF).You can filter content of the Find Results window using single-letter shortcuts when focus is in a results window.Toggle the broader searches using shortcut (M or context menu of a Find References Results window.You can toggle display of unknown/guess hits using shortcut (G or the context menu of a results window.(Delete does not modify source code.) Restoring Find Results The Find References Results window, and cloned results windows, retain their content when you close the current project and when you open a new project.If you restrict Find References to the current project, the scope of the next Rename or Change Signature is restricted to the current project as well.Once you have found the first occurrence of a string, you can find next (F3) and previous (ShiftF3) entries via typical shortcuts.Find by Context, to move among the next and previous references within a source window.A search will continue in the background if its window is closed.Refresh Results If you modify source, you can refresh contents of a results window using the shortcut for art (F5 or the toolbar icon.
Highlight Results, references found can appear bold and highlighted in the results window.
Visual Studio You can specify foreground colors for highlighting in the options dialog for Visual Assist, but you can specify both foreground and background colors in IDE Tools Options Environment Fonts and Colors.