VSBlockJumper is an extension for Visual Studio that allows you to jump over blocks of code.
Jumping takes you outside of the nearest block edge (i.e. the whitespace line adjacent to a block). If the cursor reaches BOF or EOF, we jump there instead.
Due to existing keybindings within Visual Studio (and common extensions like ReSharper or Visual Assist), I was unable to provide intuitive default keybindings. I've listed my preferences here, and encourage you to update your keybindings under Tools>Options>Environment>Keyboard
Jump to the closest block edge above the cursor
Jump to the closest block edge below the cursor
Jump Up and add to the active selection
Jump Down and add to the active selection
NOTE: When assigning shortcuts to these commands, be sure to select Text Editor in the drop down labelled Use new shortcut in: to override existing keybindings within the scope of the Text Editor (Global will not cut it).
Settings can be found under Tools>Options>VSBlockJumper
If enabled, the cursor will jump outside of the block edge (blank line), otherwise it jumps inside the block edge (text line)
If enabled, the cursor will only jump to the far edge of a block, otherwise it visits every edge of a block