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Sean Killeen

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I love ReSharper, but it comes with some performance implications, and sometimes I need it to go away for a few minutes, particularly when Iā€™m working with a large codebase.


You can create a keyboard shortcut to toggle ReSharper.

  • Open Visual Studio
  • Head to Tools ā€“> Options ā€“> Keyboard
  • Set shortcut for ReSharper_ToggleSuspended (you can search for it in the menu)
    • I used CTRL + ALT + R

Now, you should be able to toggle ReSharper whenever you need to.

Happy coding!