You can manage options layers using the Options Layers window invoked by clicking the CodeRush | Options Layers… menu item.
Double-click a layer to edit its configuration. CodeRush stores only options whose values are different from the default ones. Refer to the Storing a Default Value in a Layer section to learn how to store a default value.
The CodeRush | Options menu item opens Merged Options, which allows you to modify any layer.
Storing a Default Value in a Layer
When editing a layer using the Options Layers window, you can store only values different from the default ones. To override an option value stored in the Solution Team layer with the default value, store the default value in the Solution Personal layer. You can do it from the Merged Options window (CodeRush | Options menu) by modifying the option and saving changes into the Solution Personal layer.
You can add child options layers to any predefined layer. The base layer options are prioritized over the child layers, which means you cannot use these layers to override the base layer options.
Custom layers can be stored in any directory and used to specify options undefined in the base layer.
Use the plus (+) button to add a child layer to the current base layer.
You can reorder the custom layers: use arrow buttons to change their priority. The cross (x) button is used to remove the selected custom layer.