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Find Usages. Class Options

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This section describes the controls for specifying Class Usage Search and Interface Usage Search options in the Find Usages dialog box.

Item Description
Find In this area, specify the objects to search.
  • Usages - if this check box is selected, the search is performed for all references of the class by its name.
  • Usages of methods - if this check box is selected, the search is performed for all calls of the selected class methods.
  • Usages of fields - if this check box is selected, the search is performed for usages of selected class fields.
  • Derived classes - if this check box is selected, the search is performed for all classes that extend the selected class.
  • Implementing classes - if this check box is selected, the search is performed for all classes that implement the selected interface.
  • Derived interfaces - if this check box is selected, the search is performed for all interfaces that extend the selected interface.
Options In this area, configure the search procedure using the following controls:
  • Search for text occurrences - if this check box is selected, the search is performed in files registered in IntelliJ IDEA.
  • Skip results tab with one usage - select this check box to be navigated directly to the found usage without the Find tool window displayed, when only one usage is found.
Scope In this area, specify the scope of search. Select a pre-defined scope from the drop-down list or click the Browse button browseButton.png to open the Scopes dialog box, where you can define a custom scope.
Open in new tab Select this check box to have the results of each search shown in a separate tab of the Find Results window. If the check box is cleared, the search results will overwrite the contents of the current tab.

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Last modified: 12 November 2014
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