Many of the shortcuts defined by JetBrains cannot be mapped because Visual Studio has no equivalent command implemented. See the .vssettings files for details of each feature and whether there is a matching (or near-matching) command available.
Because we can only have one active user-selected keyboard mapping scheme applied, using one of these mapping schemes will disable any other scheme. (ie. Visual C# 2005, Visual Basic 6, Visual C++ 6) To account for this, I have copied across all the commands from the Visual C# 2005 mapping scheme and enabled all those that don’t conflict with the new mapping scheme being implemented. (I was able to bring across most commands!)
I have included a bunch of fixes and enhancements to Visual Studio command mapping that bring to life new functionality with the keyboard. For instance, Ctrl+Plus/Minus will expand/collapse regions in the editor. Alt+1 opens and closes Solution Explorer; Alt+9 = Team Explorer ; Alt+0 = Output window. I have fixed a bug so now you can use the standard Windows keys Ctrl+PgUp/PgDown to move to the next/previous document tab. I have hooked up shortcut keys for GoToNext/Previous member. ....And some other minor improvements.