Visual Studio: Keyboard shortcuts to navigate to next/previous member in code

In Resharper there is a well known keyboard shortcut to navigate to next (Alt+Down) or previous (Alt+Up) member in code.

In plain Visual Studio (at least in VS2017+) you are able to add these shortcuts easily. There are Edit.NextMethod and Edit.PreviousMethod commands which used to be available only for Visual Basic editor. Nowadays, as C# and Visual Basic are widely aligned, they are fully functional in C# code as well:

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I will probably go for Ctrl+Up, Ctrl+Down which are bound to Scroll-Up/Down by default.

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