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I have all latest stable installed and after installing MD 3 the refactoring features are not working. I select all "using" statements to organize/sort them, those menus are no longer available. When I select a field to rename it I don't get refactoring menus either. I know this worked initially, now it seems to have stopped.
MonoDevelop 3.0 (3.0.1)
Mono 2.10.9 (tarball Mon May 7 20:25:51 EDT 2012)
Package version: 210090011
Apple Developer Tools:
Xcode 4.3.2 (1177)
Mono for Android: 220.127.116.11198126
I still see the rename command for fields, so you have an example where this does not work?
Organize/sort using is not a context action, available only when experimental source analysis is enabled. I wonder if we could make more context actions accessible even when background analysis is disabled...
In preparing to take a screen capture I see the issue. If I double-click the field to select it and then right-click I do not get the refactor menu option. If I simply click into the field then it will give the menu item.
I had organize usings previously, I'll check the preferences to figure out how to turn whatever I need back on to bring back this very basic and much needed feature.
Ah, I can reproduce that refactoring/navigation commands are not available for a field selected where it's declared. Oddly, it works on references to the field in method bodies.
Refactoring doesn't work with selections - just right click on the field - then you save the double click.
I fixed the issue with selections /closed