This feature allows one to 'Tab' through all references to a given variable/method. Simply locate your caret within the token of your choice and hit 'Tab'.
Your caret jumps to the next reference to that token in question.
Hit Shift-F12 (The default 'Show References' keycombo) and up pops the References Tool panel, to show you every reference to the given token in your entire solution.
Go on... Try it with int32 and see how quickly it works.
Now I couldn't leave well enough alone, and deciding that even this was too slow. (Sorry Mark :) ), I resolved to find a quicker way to access this functionality.
It was a very simple idea but one that seemed to gel better in my head.
Basically I changed the keystroke that fires this marvellous facility from [Shift-F12] to [Enter].
To paraphrase something that Mark Miller has said a few times.
Why make somebody push 2 keys when they can press 1?
So if you'd care to follow these few instructions, we'll see if we can't make life a little easier and reduce (by a very small measure) the chances of you suffering RSI.
(Note to reader: Actual chance of suffering RSI may increase as a result of taking this advice due to further addiction to CodeRush and hence coding)
1. First locate the 'DevExpress' menu in Visual Studio and select 'Options'
2. Next locate and select from the tree of options on the left, a branch entitled IDE\Shortcuts.
(Rather than remove the [Shift-F12] keystroke, we'll copy it.)
3. Locate the existing Shortcut in Navigation\References and right-click it.
4. Select 'Duplicate shortcut'
5. Select either the original or the duplicate and alter 'Key 1' so that it reads [Enter] (without brackets).
6. Change the context (the tree of checkboxes in the bottom right) to additionally check the 'System\In Nav Field' context.
7. Click 'Ok'
You're all done