30 Days with IntelliJ IDEA. Inspections
As you know inspections are built-in tools that help you find probable bugs, locate dead code, detect performance issues and improve the overall code structure.
Navigate to the next/previous problem
Did you know that you can quickly navigate between the highlighted problems within a file via shortcuts? Press F2 to go to the next problem and Shift + F2 to the previous one. If you press Ctrl + F1 (Cmd + F1 for Mac) the IDE will display the detailed description of the error at caret.
Navigate to the most important problem
Once ‘Next Error’ action goes to high priority problems setting enabled in Settings → Editor, F2 key will always navigate you to the most important problem in the file.
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