Problem with Ctrl-H (Clas Hierarchy) in 5.0.1

When I open the class hierarchy window with Ctrl-H in 5.0.1, I get a tree that shows me the current class and all of its superclasses, but no subclasses.

This is a definite change over 4.x, and since I'm the only one in my team that's jumped to 5, I have no comparison here to be able to tell if it's just me, or if this is a general issue with 5.0.1.

So. Is it just me? Is anybody else seeing this? Appreciate any help.

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With 5.0.1 is OK ( I see all the SubClasses) and the Subtypes/Supertypes
Hierarchy buttons is functioning.



When I open the class hierarchy window with Ctrl-H in 5.0.1, I get a
tree that shows me the current class and all of its superclasses, but
no subclasses.

This is a definite change over 4.x, and since I'm the only one in my
team that's jumped to 5, I have no comparison here to be able to tell
if it's just me, or if this is a general issue with 5.0.1.

So. Is it just me? Is anybody else seeing this? Appreciate any
help.



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Ahh, that sucks. Cause for me, it's definitely not working. I don't mean that it sucks that it works for you! :) I'm glad it works for you! But I wish I knew why it doesn't work for me!

The Supertypes button works for me. But the Subtypes button shows nothing.

So then I open up a subclass (with Ctrl-N, because I happen to know the name of the subclass), and do a Ctrl-H on it, and the class that I was previously in shows up as the superclass!

:((

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Have you tried rebuilding your caches? Doing so often fixes weird errors
like this.

--Mike


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Yeah, I'm a scarred IDEA veteran -- been using it since 3.x. I'm used to deleting my caches whenever things get weird. But it doesn't have any effect... :(

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