Using IDEA for a while. But I'm still finding a feature about the TAB or Enter key like eclipse.
In eclipse, when I select a method from popup, it can mark every params, draw a rectangle on them.
In this status, it can jump among params only hit TAB, and hit enter simply to end the line anytime.
In eclipse, I can hit enter or tab to jump to the last quotation, braces, brackets and parentheses. Anything with one TAB key if in that "special input status".
But in IDEA I can only enter quotation to jump quotation(Shift + ', press two keys), braces to jump brace(Shift+], I must see the keyboard to press exactly on ']' key:_|). In one word, I must know what I jumped out, not "something paired".
The more exact description about my issue, can be found in:
I know I can use Ctrl+Shift+Enter, but it not good as only hit one key.
Does IDEA provide some other feature to do the same things?
or why it doesn't provide such a feature, is there any reason?
P.S. I found IDEA provide the same feature in the template iter (in a method type iter[TAB], I can jump between for in loop's params by tab).