combo with methods, like Visual Studio?

Hi. Sorry for my bad english, i speak spanish.
Visual Studio have a nice feature, the "combo with the methods structure" . For example, in this figure:
http://www.xtreme-simplicity.net/metrics3.gif

is the combo with the "ParseOptions()". It's more 'comfortable' that the IDEA structure tool window, in my opinion.
IDEA have the same feature somewhere, or exists some plugin? Thanks

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Hello Intelli,

Hi. Sorry for my bad english, i speak spanish.

Visual Studio have a nice feature, the "combo with the methods
structure" . For example, in this figure:

http://www.xtreme-simplicity.net/metrics3.gif

is the combo with the "ParseOptions()". It's more 'comfortable' that
the IDEA structure tool window, in my opinion. IDEA have the same
feature somewhere, or exists some plugin?


Try Ctrl-F12.

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Ok, but is not exactly the combobox feature (in visual studio, the combobox is always present). IMHO, the combobox is (a little) more helpful.

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Hello Intelli,

IJ> Ok, but is not exactly the combobox feature (in visual studio, the
IJ> combobox is always present). IMHO, the combobox is (a little) more
IJ> helpful.
IJ>

But then, again, this is not Visual Studio we're talking about here... Give
it a real try, you might find it's better, in fact (start typing once it's
up, then play with the narrow option, for instance).

Best,
Andrei


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ok, I try . Thanks

PS: maybe the ctrl+12 window with an "unfloat" option, have the best of both worlds...

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Structure view has autoscroll from source (and could be dragged), you
should get most similar to VS experience

Intelli J wrote:

ok, I try . Thanks

PS: maybe the ctrl+12 window with an "unfloat" option, have the best of both worlds...



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