If I right-click on a SpecFlow generated test in Visual Studio's "Test Explorer" and select "Go To Test", I expected to be navigated to the specific Example row in the Scenario Outline.
Feature: My Feature
Scenario Outline: My scenario outline
Given this is the first step
| Description |
| Example A |
| Example B |
When using MsTest, this will generate tests which show up in the Test Explorer as two different tests.
When I right-click on "Example_A" and select "Go To Test", I expected to be navigated to the specific row "Example A" in the Examples table.
Currently, right-clicking on either test and selecting "Go To Test" will put the cursor on the "Scenario" line.
Putting the cursor on the specific Example row is helpful particularly when there are many Example rows.
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