Navigate to alternate file from last file/class search result.

Is there a way to do this:     

(1) I start a file or class serach, typing "Ctrl+N" or "Shift+Ctrl+N"
(2) Then type my search text:  *Action*Something
(3) There are two matches, I guess I am looking for the first, and select it.
(4) Upon viewing the file contents I see it is the wrong file.

Now, is there a way I can go back and select the second match without re-typing: *Action*Something

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I don't think so. However multi-selection works in the Goto Class/Files dialogs.
So you could use shift-down/up to select both files and open them simultaneously.

On 06.11.2010 17:05, Keith Winkler wrote:

Is there a way to do this:

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(1) I start a file or class serach, typing "CtrlN" or "ShiftCtrl+N"
(2) Then type my search text:  ActionSomething
(3) There are two matches, I guess I am looking for the first, and select it.
(4) Upon viewing the file contents I see it is the wrong file.

>

Now, is there a way I can go back and select the second match without re-typing: ActionSomething

>

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5276948#5276948


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You can also use one of the "Quick Documentation Lookup" and "Quick
Definition Lookup" actions from the Goto Class/File popup.

Bas

Stephen Friedrich wrote:

I don't think so. However multi-selection works in the Goto Class/Files dialogs.
So you could use shift-down/up to select both files and open them simultaneously.

On 06.11.2010 17:05, Keith Winkler wrote:

>> Is there a way to do this:
>>
>> (1) I start a file or class serach, typing "CtrlN" or "ShiftCtrl+N"
>> (2) Then type my search text:  ActionSomething
>> (3) There are two matches, I guess I am looking for the first, and select it.
>> (4) Upon viewing the file contents I see it is the wrong file.
>>
>> Now, is there a way I can go back and select the second match without re-typing: ActionSomething
>>
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>> Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5276948#5276948

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I'd suggest using 'show source' aka 'ctrl+shift+i'

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