Method dropdown & finding files?

Hey there, I'm a new AppCode user and I have to say I'm really liking it. The great refactoring support debugging features, and code inspections have already saved me tons of time.

One thing I miss from other IDEs (Xcode, and Visual Studio particularly) is a dropdown showing methods/properties in the current class. Is there no feature in like this AppCode or am I just missing it in my newbie-ness?

Same goes for finding files quickly, in Xcode you can type part of a filename in the always-present textbox in the project navigator. Is there an equivelent in AppCode?

Major kudos to the AppCode dev team. I'm only a week or so into it, and AppCode is very impressive.

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Yeah great isn't it. Well worth the money.

As to your questions:

One thing I miss from other IDEs (Xcode, and Visual Studio particularly) is a dropdown showing methods/properties in the current class. Is there no feature in like this AppCode or am I just missing it in my newbie-ness?


Try Ctrl+F12 to show a dropdown list of methods.  There's also the structure toolwindow that has all methods and properties in it, and that supports incremental search.

Same goes for finding files quickly, in Xcode you can type part of a filename in the always-present textbox in the project navigator. Is there an equivelent in AppCode?

You can use the various actions under the Navigate... menu to go to a file, class or symbol - the key strokes should be shown on their menu items.

I'm currently using IDEA and I think the menu items are called the same thing but please forgive me if they're not quite in the same place!

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Perfect! Pointed me just to what I needed.
Thanks!

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