Navigation through file

Hello,

When I click on a function in a file, the editer takes you to that function (definition). But how can I than go back to the place on where I clicked the function. With files of 1000 lines of code it is pretty nasty to find the previous line where you where before clicking the function.

Is there also a way, like Ctrl+N, to navigate to functions inside the current file only?

Thanks in advance!

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Hi there,

When I click on a function in a file, the editer takes you to that function (definition). But how can I than go back to the place on where I clicked the function. With files of 1000 lines of code it is pretty nasty to find the previous line where you where before clicking the function.

Have you looked at "Navigate" menu?

Do you think "Navigate | Back" can do such task?

Is there also a way, like Ctrl+N, to navigate to functions inside the current file only?

1) Structure tool window?
2) Ctrl+F12 (Navigate | File Structure)?

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Hello,

Thank you! I knew the options where there, but just couldn't find them! I even missed out the whole navigatin menu!

Ctrl + Alt + left does the navigatin back job!

I did find the Structure tool window at the left (or where you place it). But I find this not handy because I like the project view there. But Ctrl+F12 is awsome!

Many thanks!

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I did find the Structure tool window at the left (or where you place it). But I find this not handy because I like the project view there

So move it to the right side .... or bottom part of the left side (each side has 2 positions -- top+bottom / left+right) ... or you can even have 2 tool windows on the left displayed side by side (additonal option must be activated first)

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