Often when debugging styling in the browser, you're looking at compiled CSS selectors, and tinkering around with values to get something pixel perfect.
In a perfect world, we'd all be using CSS source maps, but when working with others' build processes, or at companies, they are not always available.
As such, it would be really useful to be able to search for a selector, in this case ".share-bar li > a" and have WebStorm find the SASS as well as the CSS it relates to.
I was thinking about how this could be done: Perhaps if WS finds the text, and recognises it as being a selector in a (compiled) CSS file, it could do a subsequent search in the project's SCSS files, but working down the selector's subjects and combinators until it finds a matching block.
Might not be worth it if most people are using source maps, but would be a very cool feature.