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I try to use keyboard shortcuts as much as possible.  Here are some that are handy when unit testing with Visual Studio:

Ctrl + R, A – Run all tests
Ctrl + R, T – Run tests in context (based on if cursor is in function, class, or namespace)
Ctrl + R, F – Runs all tests that are checked in Test Results – very handy because that window is impossible to navigate without a mouse

Ctrl + R, Ctrl + A – Run all tests in debug mode
Ctrl + R, Ctrl + T – Run all tests in context in debug mode
Ctrl + R, Ctrl + F – Run all checked tests in debug mode

 

Posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2008 11:24 AM .NET , TFS , Keyboard Shortcuts | Back to top


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Oh YES - thank you! I'd been searching everywhere for the shortcut to run all checked tests in debug mode! :)
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And remember that you can remap these shortcuts to your whim.
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Seriously? Probably time to get rid of the mouse altogether isnt it?
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Im currently doing the same thing now. Seems to work just fine.
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I didnt know some of those short cuts will try them myself. Should save some time.
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Shortcuts are usually very helpful. It makes the thing easier.
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So what other shortcuts you have planned? Mostly all about navigation. The idea is to avoid having to tab around the application of common things. For example, reaching down to the open items, and change activities. What else would you like to see?
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