It appears IntelliJ IDEA has three completely different UI for a single feature of searching some text in currently active file, namely
- "Ctrl+F": A modal dialog with some options, which initiates the search,
- "Alt+F3": Incremental search. A little yellow popup to type search text in, which navigates to first occurence,
- "Ctrl+Shift+F7": Highlight selected text occurrences in current file.
In this build they all merged into single Firefox-like (or Safari 3.0-like) UI. All the shortcuts remain active.
Comments are very welcome.
Normally backward analysis is resource consuption process. Most of the time it is interesting to investigate "usages" of one scope in another scope. Scope of interst allows to specify scope where interesting dependencies are located
Keybindings in Text Fields
The following editor actions now work in all dialog text fields, using the same keybindings, CamelHumps handling rules etc.:
- Delete Line at Caret
- Delete to Word End
- Delete to Word Start
- Join Lines
- Next Word, Next Word with Selection
- Previous Word, Previous Word with Selection
- Select Word at Caret
- Text End, Text End with Selection
- Text Start, Text Start with Selection
- Toggle Case
Inherited Members in File Structure Popup
"Escalate" visibility option in "Convert to Instance Method" refactoring
"Move Inner to Upper Level" refactoring prompts for target package
- Support beans from custom namespace handlers