Alternative to Xcode Ctrl+6

In Xcode 4, the keystroke ^6 will bring up a picker of the methods in the current file with type-as-you-go search to select one. It's a very neat method of navigating the current file.

In AppCode I am only aware of Cmd+Opt+O which brings up a symbol navigator. In this instance that's less useful because there is, apparently, no way to filter the list to show only the current file.

Does AppCode have an alternative to this useful Xcode behaviour that I'm missing?

Kind regards,

Matt

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It is 'File Structure' (Cmd+F12) in AppCode. You can even filter the symbols there simply by typing a name.
We recommend to check the most useful shortcuts in Help->Default Keymap Reference.

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Anton thanks.

Your advice is well taken but AppCode has a *lot* of keymappings and, conceptually, they don't always line up. In retrospect "File structure" makes sense but it wasn't how I was thinking about this feature as "Method browser".

Do you have any plans for better resources for learning AppCode?

Kind regards,

Matt

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Yes, we are planning to publish a serie of tips'n'tricks articles in our blog post about the most used parts os IDE.

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Have you tried the cmd-shift-A shortcut? It helps me a lot exploring the keymappings (it won't help if you don't know the name of the feature, but more often than not it's possible to guess).

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