RubyMine 6.3.0 Web Help

RubyMine menus and toolbars let you carry out various commands. The main menu and toolbar contain commands that affect the entire project or large portions of it. Additionally, context-sensitive pop-up menus let you perform the commands, which are specific to a part of a project, like source file, class, etc. Almost each of the commands has an associated keyboard shortcut to enable quicker access to it.

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1. Main menu
The main menu contains commands for opening, creating projects, refactoring the code, running and debugging applications, keeping files under version control and more.
2. Main toolbar
The main toolbar contains buttons that duplicate the essential commands for quicker access. You can hide the main toolbar, using the checked command on the toolbar context menu.
3. Pop-up menus
These menus contain commands specific for a certain project item.
4. Context menus
These menus contain commands applicable to the current context.


  • Show or hide the main elements of the RubyMine UI using the View menu.
  • Descriptions of the actions from all the menus and toolbar buttons are displayed in the left side of the Status bar.
  • If you know which action you want to perform, but do not know where to find the appropriate command, just press Ctrl+Shift+ACtrl+Shift+ACtrl+Shift+ACtrl+Shift+ACtrl+Shift+ACtrl+Shift+ACtrl+ICtrl+Shift+AShift+Meta+AShift Command AShift Command ACommand 3Shift Command A and select the desired action from the suggestion list.

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