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One of the hot-keys I used most in Visual Studio 2010 was Ctrl+R, Ctrl+T, which ran the unit test the cursor currently was on in debug mode. I think the command is named "Debug tests in current context". Now, you still have a command named Test.DebugTestsInCurrentcontext, but when I assign it to a key combination and activate it, it always yields "currently not available".

I do know that there is a new function in the Test menu named "Debug selected test" - but I think that mappes to the selected tests in the Test Explorer, not the file editor.

What gives, Microsoft? Are you removing features?

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We're not Microsoft. You're looking for: – Oliver Salzburg Jun 27 '12 at 8:33
I admit the last sentence was silly. I know you are, and I hope there are some superusers on Visual Studio here. edit: in - I believe the feature still is there, I just cannot find it. – Nilzor Jun 27 '12 at 9:11
In all seriousness though. If you feel like this is wrong, reporting it on Connect can be helpful. – Oliver Salzburg Jun 27 '12 at 9:32
up vote 2 down vote accepted

vote here:

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I got here via google when G is filtered by 'in last month', so thought it would be helpful to quickly route folks to proper connect item for voting. – yzorg Jul 3 '12 at 18:19

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