Autoscroll to package

Hi,

I often use Ctrl+n to find a class. This brings me directly to the class
in the Editor window. But sometimes I would like to see where the class is
in the "Project"-panel as well. Now I have to manually navigate to the
class in the tree view.

It's almost like "Autoscroll to source" but the other way around
(Autoscroll to package).

Thanks
Per Thomas Jahr

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Thanks, just what I was looking for.

On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 09:02:03 +0000, Timur Zambalayev wrote:

Try Alt-F1.


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Per Thomas Jahr

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I have to say that this request comes by all the time. My first time in, I
made the same request. This is obviously a much used, much needed feature
that is completely unintuitive and difficult to find on ones own. I wonder
if there isn't something that could be done to make this feature more
'discoverable' or at least 'findable'... not to mention highlighting it
front and center very early in any documentation (and maybe making it a
stand-out 'hint of the day' when you first fire up).


"Per Thomas Jahr" <perja@panda.nr.no> wrote in message
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Thanks, just what I was looking for.

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On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 09:02:03 +0000, Timur Zambalayev wrote:

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Try Alt-F1.

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Per Thomas Jahr

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This doesn't work on my Linux box.

The Debian menu pops up.

I am using 3.0.4


any ideas?

Is this option accessible from the menu so that I can reassign the keymap to it?

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Is this option accessible from the menu so that I can reassign the keymap

to it?

View -> Select in


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I still do not understand why the project view does not have an auto-scroll
from source
It is rather trivial to do as a plugin: listen to editor opening, wait 1 s,
invoke Alt-F1 automatically (the PsiViewer has an example of the first 2
steps)
Any takers? Timur, O master of useful plugins?
I would do it but 3 ongoing plugins is already too much for me ;-(

Jacques

"Paul Bradshaw" <pbradshaw@vignette.com> wrote in message
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I have to say that this request comes by all the time. My first time in,

I

made the same request. This is obviously a much used, much needed feature
that is completely unintuitive and difficult to find on ones own. I

wonder

if there isn't something that could be done to make this feature more
'discoverable' or at least 'findable'... not to mention highlighting it
front and center very early in any documentation (and maybe making it a
stand-out 'hint of the day' when you first fire up).

>
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"Per Thomas Jahr" <perja@panda.nr.no> wrote in message
news:pan.2003.07.25.09.26.17.597022@panda.nr.no...

Thanks, just what I was looking for.

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On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 09:02:03 +0000, Timur Zambalayev wrote:

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Try Alt-F1.

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Per Thomas Jahr

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Paul Bradshaw wrote:

I have to say that this request comes by all the time. My first time in, I
made the same request. This is obviously a much used, much needed feature
that is completely unintuitive and difficult to find on ones own. I wonder
if there isn't something that could be done to make this feature more
'discoverable' or at least 'findable'... not to mention highlighting it
front and center very early in any documentation (and maybe making it a
stand-out 'hint of the day' when you first fire up).


second that ... until i read this post, i too was severely missing this
feature and was contemplating writing a plugin.

btw, even this newsgroup was hard to find. i tried hard to find a link
or mention from the jetbrains website, but didn't find one. ultimately
i got here because a google search led to a post.

sumit.


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You can vote for the automatically scrolling (i started a feature thread for this some times ago):

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=13691

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