When using Visual Studio 2013, you’ll notice that when you select an identifier, like a variable name or function call, references to it are highlighted in the current source file:
If you are working with loose functions in a script file, the navigation bar will help you navigate through them using the <global> container (located in the left-most drop down, which we call the containers list). As an example, take the following code:
Regardless of the approach you take, the navigation bar aims to surface the major structural elements of a source file to help you easily browse and work with the contents of your file.
- Move line up/down (Alt + Up Arrow, Alt + Down Arrow)
- Scrollbar enhancements
To learn more about these, take a look at the Visual Studio 2013 Editor Improvements blog post.
As you work with these new features in the Visual Studio 2013 Preview release, please let us know what you think by sending us a smile or frown using the new Visual Studio send-a-smile feature!