In recent Diana builds, the "Go to file" popup has a checkbox "Include non-project files".
This is a great feature, but it does not make up for the fact that now Idea always shows *.java files (which was previously controlled by that checkbox).
I wonder if the removal of that option is deliberate and planned to be permanent?
It makes quick navigation much more troublesome.
Previously I could type for example
ctrl-shift-n, "pCM", enter
to go to the single matched file (product-chart-main.xhtml).
Now I get a list of four files and have to review them and use additional keystrokes to select the correct one.
(My project has much more java files than xhtml files.)
I appreciate your efforts to keep the UI slick and slim, but it should not have a negative impact on usability.
In this case IMHO it would be better to either always hide *.java files (after all they can be reached by "Go to class") or introduce another checkbox.