highlight methods from interface

Hi all,
Need some help - I remember there was a functionality in IDEA 7 which
allows one to select an interface after the "implements" keyword and to
ask IDEA to highlight the methods in the current class which are defined
in the selected interface.... or something similar. Can't find it, build
#7364. Please, remind me how to locate this functionality.

Thanks and greetings!
George

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Ctrl-shift-f7 (highlight usages in file) on the extends/implements keyword
highlights methods implemented from respective class/interface.

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"George Talev" <gtalev@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi all,
Need some help - I remember there was a functionality in IDEA 7 which
allows one to select an interface after the "implements" keyword and to
ask IDEA to highlight the methods in the current class which are defined
in the selected interface.... or something similar. Can't find it, build
#7364. Please, remind me how to locate this functionality.

>

Thanks and greetings!
George



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Alexey Kudravtsev (JetBrains) wrote:

Ctrl-shift-f7 (highlight usages in file) on the extends/implements keyword
highlights methods implemented from respective class/interface.


10000000000000000x ;) I now remembered: the same shortcut finds exit
points in methods if it is invoked for "return" or "throw" keywords.
And also finds the methods which throw some exception when called inside
a method, when the shortcut is invoked for the "throws" keyword in the
method signature.
Thanks again for the rapid help!

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