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Friday, July 27, 2012

VisualStudio 2010, Define shortcut keys to Enable/Disable All Breakpoints


In Visual Studio, you can create or delete a single breakpoint by hitting F9, and can delete all breakpoints by Ctrl+Shift+F9 shortcut. It does not provide shortcut keys to disable or enable all breakpoints, but you can define that by yourself.
  • Go to Tools > Options popup.
  • Enter "DisableAllBreakpoints" in the textbox for Show commands containing:.
  • I am using Global option from User new shortcut in: combobox.
  • Set focus on Press shortcut keys textbox and hit your shortcut keys you want to set. (e.g. I am using Alt+1)
  • Press Assign button
  • Now press OK and use your new shortcut keys.(Make sure your newly created shortcut key is selected in Shortcuts for selected command) combobox while hitting OK button.
Similary you can set shortcut key for EnableAllBreakPoints or any other command.

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