[Solved] Shortcut for Visual Studio 2015 to allocate the block between the braces when the cursor is in any part of the unit?

Hi all.

It seems that Visual Studio 2013 was such a setting (but not sure) that you can highlight a block of code in the shortcut, but in 2015 I can not find it.


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Or maybe two clicks - first, for example, highlighted the current word (it's actually Ctrl-W) and the second pressing unit.
July 2nd 19 at 13:31
1 answer
July 2nd 19 at 13:33
Solution
Found extension to 2015, which extends the selection from its current location in the code first to words, then lines, then expands the selection to the parent units: HotCommandsforVisualStudio

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