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Resharper CTRL+N: Differentiate between files with same name

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I use the Resharper CTRL+N shortcut to open files.  Problem is I'm unable to differentiate between files with the same name.   I have to open one and, it it's incorrect, then open the next one.

As an example, consider a solution with two index.cshtml files.  I see them both in the list but I have no idea which I want.  Is there a way for it show the path or otherwise differentiate these files?

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Ferruccio Accalai earned 500 total points
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As you can see here in this discussion since 2 years ago http://disq.us/p/o6256y this is an unsupported feature. I guess it was ever not implemented
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Thanks Ferruccio.  Shame, it is annoying!
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