Scope works for JavaScript files?

I'm trying to isolate in a scope a bunch a javascript files.

I would like that when I do ctrl+b (go to declaration) I see only the function present in the scope and not other function in other files not present in the scope.

I've created a local scope with the files I want but it doesn't seems to work.
Did I miss something?

Are the scope only valid for java files?

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Right now, scopes are used for limiting find usages scope

We have similar similar request for JS:

http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-7535


ImJames wrote:

I'm trying to isolate in a scope a bunch a javascript files.

I would like that when I do ctrl+b (go to declaration) I see only the function present in the scope and not other function in other files not present in the scope.

I've created a local scope with the files I want but it doesn't seems to work.
Did I miss something?

Are the scope only valid for java files?



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