Quick question -- when working on code projects, sometimes I have a need to remove a large chunk of code and temporarily put it somewhere else. Usually this is in the course of migrating a class or refactoring. I know I can comment out but on huge (100 lines) it doesn't work so well, especially if the file is a mix of PHP and HTML. It's easier just to cut it out for a moment.
On other editors, I would just do File/New and create a temp blank file (usually not saving, since this is a temporary thing) and paste in my code to get it out of the way. In a few minutes, I'd paste it back and close close the temporarily file without saving. In PHPStorm, I can't just "create a blank file", I'm walked through the process of naming it, adding to the project, etc. I wind up keeping BBEdit open just for this purpose which seems like a waste.
Is there any way to just get a clip out of the way like this within the PHPStorm environment?