CTRL-B problem since upgrading to 6.0.4

When I use CTRL-B to jump to a declaration, on the first attempt IntelliJ always misses...I have to use the back button and hit CTRL-B again and then it successfully jumps to the correct spot. Started this when I upgraded from 6.0.3 to 6.0.4.

Anyone else have this problem?

I have build 6148.

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Eugene Vigdorchik
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What do you mean by "intellij misses"? Does it happen in java or in other file type?

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By "misses" I mean it jumps to the wrong line. It is doing it for Java files and XML files when the declaration is in a different file. It works fine if the declaration is in the same file.

There is no commonality for how far it misses by either. I have had it jump to line 19 in a file, I use the back button to go back to where I was, use CTRL-B again and it jumps to the correct line which was line 619.

I shut down IntelliJ and restarted it and the problem persists.

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I have the same problem. Except I use ctrl-mouse click to 'go to declaration/definition'. It seems to jump to the top of the class file the declaration is in, then you need to go back and 'go to declaration/definition' again, only then does it work.

Also, the prev/next navigation is not working properly for me.

I have IdeaVIM installed, I doubt that this is affecting things, but I wanted to provide more instead of less info.

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Well I am glad I am not the only one having the problem...at least I know I am not going crazy:-)

Actually it does seem to always jump near the top of the Class. I will test out the ctrl-mouse click method of jumping to declaration and through the menu and see if the same thing happens.

I am going to have to downgrade to 6.0.3 and see if the problem goes away because having to jump, go back, and jump again really ruins my productivity...especially when I am trying to follow through a convoluted code path.

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