New Location for ReSharper Shortcut for Context-Sensitive Unit-Test Running

If you liked my tip for mapping a keyboard shortcut to the ReSharper Shortcut for Context-Sensitive Unit-Test Running, you’ll want to know that the name of that command is different in ReSharper 6. The context-sensitive test runner command is:


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  • Bob

    Isn’t that automatically set by default to ctrl-t ctrl-r in resharper 6?

    • Anonymous

      Mine seems to be Ctrl-T, R, but yeah, it is automatically mapped. 

      So, taking Bob’s point, now you know the name of the command to go look and see what yours is set to (and change it if you want).