Daniel Breen14,636 Points
Set Multiple Cursors in Visual Studio 2015
These videos are awesome. I noticed that you're really good about using shortcuts/quick ways to accomplish things.
One of my frustrations with Visual Studio is that it doesn't seem like there's a built-in way to set multiple cursors/select multiple words.
For example, let's say forgot to add a method to the end of an object in 3 places. In VS Code, I would just hold ALT, click the three locations, then type my method and it would type in all three places.
I've found an extension called MixEdit that will do this for me, but it's asking me to buy a license. That's a little ridiculous to me, but it is what it is.
Can you recommend an extension or method of implementing this feature? Or maybe a more efficient, built in approach?
Steven Parker176,543 Points
Why not just copy and paste?
You could add the code to the first location, then highlight and copy. Then, as you click on each of the remaining locations, just type control-V to paste it in.