Find Extended Usages command helps you when you want to locate the places where a certain type and its members are used in the solution. It also finds a certain namespace, method, property, field, or local variable usage. The only difference with the Find Usages command is that when you search for a type, it also includes usages of its members in the results.
Partially supported: XAML (x:Key declarations are not supported)
Not supported: HTML
Telerik® JustCode™ uses a pop-up window (see Find Results Window) to show you the results of your search.
Note that in case of a single usage, Telerik® JustCode™ will just highlight this usage instead of showing you a window.
To find extended usages
Position the caret over a type identifier.
Press Alt+`. From the pop-up menu, choose Find Extended Usages.
- Double click on the usage to navigate. Alternatively you can select a usage and press the Go to Declaration button.
Notice the difference between Find Usages and Find Extended Usages.
While Find Extended Usages finds usages of both the type and its members,
Find Usages finds only usages of the type. Here is a snapshot of the found results by
Find Usages command applied on the same type.
Note how read and write usages are highlighted in the results dialog. Read more about that feature in the Find Usages topic.
To find extended usages you can also navigate on the main menu. Choose JustCode | Navigate | Find Extended Usages..., or just press Shift+F12