Visual Studio is arguably the world's most powerful IDE. If you're a .NET developer chances are you live in this environment. Code alignment is compatible with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2012.
Most of the shortcuts will require a manual step by you. You'll have to remove the key bindings from Ctrl =.
|Align by... (Dialog)||Ctrl + Shift + =|
|Align by position... (Dialog)||Ctrl + =, Ctrl + Backspace|
|Align by Equals||Ctrl + =, Ctrl + =|
|Align by m_||Ctrl + =, Ctrl + m|
|Align by "||Ctrl + =, Ctrl + '|
|Align by .||Ctrl + =, Ctrl + .|
|Align by Space||Ctrl + =, Ctrl + Space|
You can change the shortcuts in Visual Studio by heading to Tools > Options > Environment > Keyboard. Search for AlignBy and they should all show up.
How to install
Code alignment for Visual Studio can be downloaded from here (Remember to write a review!).
Visual Studio will notify you of any updates and give you the option to install them.
It can also be downloaded from Visual Studio's Extension Manager.
Code alignment for Visual Studio was written by Chris McGrath. It is the original Code alignment tool. The current icon set was made by Michael Csikos.