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I think probably the most basic IDEA feature is being able to edit text.

That said, I've noticed strangeness with Find Usages lately too. Does the "Derived classes" checkbox mean to search for usages of derived classes, or usages which are in the form of classes extending the selected class?

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Keith Lea wrote:

I think probably the most basic IDEA feature is being able to edit text.

I meant the most basic feature that makes it unique ... well, that was
because that was what made me looong ago switch from JB to idea 1.0 ;)

That said, I've noticed strangeness with Find Usages lately too. Does the "Derived classes" checkbox mean to search for usages of derived classes, or usages which are in the form of classes extending the selected class?

the latter: usages in the form of classes extending the selected class

Edo

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I think I've been having the same problems then. It will find some derived classes, but not others.

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Keith Lea wrote:

I think I've been having the same problems then. It will find some derived classes, but not others.


BTW, and totally off-topic,
you have the same surnme and email domain as the author of one of my
favorite technical books. any relation to Doug ?

Edo

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Yes he is my father. :)

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