Find Symbol... not finding symbols...

Odd, ctrl-alt-shift-n is only finding my interface symbols and not there
implementations.

I have an interface with the method routeMessage() and 4
implementations, yet find symbol only highlights the interface.... it
was working a moment ago...

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Mark Derricutt wrote:

Odd, ctrl-alt-shift-n is only finding my interface symbols and not there
implementations.

I have an interface with the method routeMessage() and 4
implementations, yet find symbol only highlights the interface.... it
was working a moment ago...

This is by intention. Otherwise it's gonna be overcrowded there. You're supposed to choose an interface member and then
go to implementation using CtrlAltB

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Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

This is by intention. Otherwise it's gonna be overcrowded there.
You're supposed to choose an interface member and then go to
implementation using CtrlAltB

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Hmm, sounds ok ish... it was just rather odd. I'd removed a parameter
from an interface method manually, and was using find symbol to find the
routines I wanted to update ( I know I probably should have used the
proper change-signature refactoring thou ), and was getting confused
seeing the methods dissapear.

Maybe some kind of indiction that the displayed symbol is an interface
method that has N implementations hidden but available...

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