Mon, May 2, 2005, 11:59 AM under Whidbey
When in the code editor of Visual Studio, one of the items I use most on the context menu is the "Synchronize Class View" menu item. As you expect/know, it activates the "Class View" docked window, expanding the tree nodes as appropriate and selecting the item which you have the cursor on in the code. I love this feature, and my jaw dropped when I couldn't find it on the VS2005 context menu!
I quickly went through the top level menus and their children trying to find where this option lives; no joy. Since every action in VS has a keyboard shortcut, I thought I'd go to the Tools->Options->Environment->Keyboard and see if I can find it that way. Lo and behold, it appears as the 5th item in the auto-filtered list as soon as I type "Sync": View.SynchronizeClassView. I cancel the Options dialog with a smile :-)
Armed with this knowledge (i.e. that the option lives under View), I can add the option to the context menu. Here are the steps, if you wish to do the same:
1. Select Tools->Customize
2. On the Toolbars tab, check the "Shortcut Menus" item
3. Observe how 6 drop down menus appear on the toolbar, the first one being "Editor Shortcut Menus"
4. Still in the Customize dialog, select the "Commands" tab, select "View" on the left and locate on the right the "Synchronize Class View" item.
5. You can now drag the item to the "Editor Shortcut Menus" and drop it wherever you want (I placed it on top of "Go to Definition")
Editor life is back to normal again...