Adds features to Visual Studio specific to the Surface Dial. You don't need a Surface Book or Surface Studio to take advantage of the Surface Dial.
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See the change log for changes and road map.
An icon is placed at the left corner of the Status Bar indicating the current state of the Dial.
When the Visual Studio item on the Dial menu hasn't been activated, the status bar icon looks like this
When it is active, the icon changes to a solid white dot and a label showing what the selected menu item is appears.
Scroll documents and tool windows.
Zooming is enhanced so that it only zoom the text editors and not other artifacts in Visual Studio
Takes you to the previous and next location in your files.
When a breakpoint is hit, use the dial to step into, over and out.
When a breakpoint is hit, the Debug dial item is automatically activated as well
When the error list contain errors, the dial makes it easy to navigate to the next error in the list.
When the Error List window is activated, the Errors dial item is automatically activated if it contains any errors.
Shifting is a way to modify text in the editor based on the Dial rotation. When the caret is placed in a supported position, the shifting is enalbed.
Set and navigate to your bookmarks
When the Bookmarks window is activated, the Bookmarks dial item is automatically activated as well.
Please send ideas about new behaviors you would find helpful to the GitHub issue tracker.
Check out the contribution guidelines if you want to contribute to this project.
For cloning and building this project yourself, make sure to install the Extensibility Tools 2015 extension for Visual Studio which enables some features used by this project.