Duplicates the currently selected text, or the current line if no selection.
Reversed: Same as Duplicate Code, but places the new code before the current selection (or line).
Takes the caret back to the last place an edit occurred during that session.
Joins the current line with the next line and removes redundant whitespace.
Formats the selected text, or the whole document if no selection.
Expands/Shrinks the current text selection by one level (ie. next largest/smallest code block level)
Navigates to the previous/next member (ie. Method, Class, Field, Property)
Moves the current member above(/below) the previous(/next) member
There is a VSSettings file included with the extension that can be imported to load any shortcuts that aren't automatically loaded.
Tip: Download and install the Keyboard Shortcuts Manager if you want to make life easier.
If you load the shortcuts that come with the extension ("Hot Commands Shortcuts"), your menu will look something like this:
Note that the Edit.Duplicate feature (on the main Edit menu) will be preferred if it exists. Otherwise the shortcut will go to the Hot Commands version, which exists on the Edit->Advanced menu.
Note: Code Analzyers and Refactoring Tools have been moved to a separate extension: Hot Refactorings.