How do I enable F10 key in Visual Studio?

How do I enable F10 key in Visual Studio?

How do I enable F10 key in Visual Studio?

  1. Go to Tools > Options menu in Visual Studio.
  2. Go to Debugging > General menu item in left pane.
  3. In right view you will see and option Enable Just My Code (Managed only). Uncheck this option and then you are all set.

What does F10 do in Visual Studio?

In short, pressing F11 will take you to every line including your function body, but F10 allows to move from one line to the the immediate next line.

What is the function lock key?

The FnLk, F-Lock key is a toggle key on a PC compatible keyboard used to enable or disable the F1 through F12 keys’ secondary functions (hotkeys). The F-Lock key is similar to caps lock in that it “forces” F1 through F12 to use their standard functions, as defined by the program being used.

What is step debugging?

Xdebug’s step debugger allows you to interactively walk through your code to debug control flow and examine data structures.

Why can’t I open programs with the F10 key?

If the setting is correct, then you may running some other program that has registered the F10 key as a glabol hotkey and make this fail, try to open as few program as you can see if you find that program, or just change it to another key Show activity on this post.

What are the keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio?

Ctrl+Shift+. These keyboard shortcuts are context specific, which means that you can use them with menus and items in Visual Studio that are specific to a project type, programming language, or platform. The shortcuts specific to this context are:

Is F11 better than F10?

Saying F11 is better than F10 is just not right. – TheSoftwareJedi May 19 ’09 at 23:07 1 @TheSoftwareJedi: Really? Did you read the question name?

How do I Turn Off step over in Visual Studio?

Go to Tools > Options menu in Visual Studio. Go to Debugging > General menu item in left pane. In right view you will see and option Step over properties and operators (Managed only). Uncheck this option and then you are all set.