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Show all/Jump to method in IntelliJ

Christophe Verré
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In IntelliJ, how do you
1. Show all methods in a separate window, like the Eclipse Outline view ?
2. Jump to a method within a class by typing its name ?


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Christophe Verré
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Christophe Verré wrote:1. Show all methods in a separate window, like the Eclipse Outline view ?

I'm fine with this one. I found it in the Structure window.
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Well, with the emacs keymap active (and thus incremental search), pressing Control-S and then typing the method name does it.


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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:Well, with the emacs keymap active (and thus incremental search), pressing Control-S and then typing the method name does it.

Nothing with the default keymap ?
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Ctrl + F12 (strange they used a function key for that)

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Jaikiran Pai wrote:Ctrl + F12 (strange they used a function key for that)

That's it Thanks !
 
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