Do you know where ‘Go To…’ can get you?
How often do you use ‘Go To Class/File/Symbol’ feature in IntelliJ IDEA? Pretty often I would guess. But do you know everything you can do with it? Let me go through a couple of often overlooked gems.
Do you know that when you search for file or class you can preview an image (Ctrl-Shift-I) or see a quick doc (Ctrl-Q)?
It is also possible to open multiple items in the editor (multiselect with Ctrl or Shift) or run multiple selected tests right from the search (Ctrl-Shift-F10).
And you can open all search results in the ‘Find’ tool-window to process them one by one later.
Did I mention your favorite feature? No? Please, share it with everyone! :)
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