Find usages: make search in current file the default?

Hi all,

I often use the "Find usages" in JavaScript files, and in general, only want to search in the current file. Now, every time I do a "Find usages", I go to the drop-down and select "Current file". Is there a way to make this the default?

Alex

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On 26.05.2010 21:21, Alessandro Vernet wrote:

Hi all,

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I often use the "Find usages" in JavaScript files, and in general, only want to search in the current file. Now, every time I do a "Find usages", I go to the drop-down and select "Current file". Is there a way to make this the default?

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Alex

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Maxim,

I know about the "highlight usages in file", and use it all the time :). But it is different than "find usages in the file", as it does not open a new dialog, which in some cases gives you a better overview of where the usage occurs. Hence my question: is there a way to set the default of "find usages" to be in the current file?

Alex

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Does anyone else have any advice on this one? Or is this just not possible at this time with IntelliJ?

Alex

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