Popup of methods

Is there a way of getting a popup of all the methods in the current class? Kind of like ]]>-e gives you the list of recent files? I would like to be able to press some key combination and then get a list of methods, select one and have it go to that method. If not is there another way of doing this other than going to the structure pane?

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Try Ctrl+F12.

HTH,
Andrei

"charles decroes" <spam@decroes.com> wrote in message
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Is there a way of getting a popup of all the methods in the current class?

Kind of like ]]>-e gives you the list of recent files? I would like to
be able to press some key combination and then get a list of methods, select
one and have it go to that method. If not is there another way of doing
this other than going to the structure pane?


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very cool, thanks

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Charles...you made my day.

Never knew about CTRL-E. I love it!!!!

It's perfect for the "damn, i didn't mean to close that file...now where was
it located anyway...."

One day I am going to try all the key combination choices in the reference
guide pdf. I just haven't had time.

:)


"charles decroes" <spam@decroes.com> wrote in message
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Is there a way of getting a popup of all the methods in the current class?

Kind of like ]]>-e gives you the list of recent files? I would like to
be able to press some key combination and then get a list of methods, select
one and have it go to that method. If not is there another way of doing
this other than going to the structure pane?


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I didn't know about CTRL-F12 either! Awesome. I used to use the Structure
tab for that.



"Andrei Oprea" <aoprea@creditwave.com> wrote in message
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Try Ctrl+F12.

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HTH,
Andrei

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"charles decroes" <spam@decroes.com> wrote in message
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Is there a way of getting a popup of all the methods in the current

class?

Kind of like <ctrl>-e gives you the list of recent files? I would like to
be able to press some key combination and then get a list of methods,

select

one and have it go to that method. If not is there another way of doing
this other than going to the structure pane?

>
>


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Michael Morett wrote:

> I didn't know about CTRL-F12 either!
> Never knew about CTRL-E. I love it!!!!


Michael, catchup time :

http://www.jetbrains.com/docs/ReferenceCard.pdf


Alain

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I know...I 've been meaning to study the reference guide. I just hate the
idea of trying to memorize all those key combinations. But some of them are
extremely useful. For example, I was wishing Ctrl-N, which I do use, had a
counterpart which found files. There is one....Ctrl-Shift-N. I just never
used it (until 5 seconds ago after printing the pdf.).

I'm going to highlight the ones that provide the most value to me and start
there. By next month, if all the key combinations are highlighted, I will
cry.

It would be sweet if this pdf was available as a help item on the menu. For
now, I printed it and will keep it close by.

Here's my favorite one...Alt-F4. It's time for lunch.

:)


"Alain Ravet" <alain.ravet.list@wanadoo.be> wrote in message
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Michael Morett wrote:

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> I didn't know about CTRL-F12 either!
> Never knew about CTRL-E. I love it!!!!

>
>

Michael, catchup time :

>

http://www.jetbrains.com/docs/ReferenceCard.pdf

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>

Alain

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Michael Morett wrote:

>I just hate the idea of trying to memorize all those key combinations.
>

It reminds me of an anatomy teacher who wanted to explain how to
memorize the hundreds of bones, muscles, organs, veins, nerves, .. that
make the human body.

He used to say :
"In your village or town, the postman knows the first name, last name,
address and look of many hundreds of people.
Is he a genius? No. He just learned them, one by one, over time, and
practiced, every day".

Amen.

Alain

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"Michael Morett" <michaelmorett@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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I know...I 've been meaning to study the reference guide. I just hate the
idea of trying to memorize all those key combinations.


You don't have to memorize the keys; just go to the "View" menu and choose
"File Structure Popup".

Unfortunately, that menu item is only visible if an editor window has focus.
(In my opinion, the menu item should always be there; if the apprpriate
window doesn't have focus, the menu item should be disabled.)


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