RubyMine 6.3.0 Web Help

The editor of RubyMine provides two types of bookmarks:

  • Anonymous bookmarks, indicated by check signs img in the left gutter. The number of anonymous bookmarks is unlimited.
  • Bookmarks with mnemonics indicated by img or img icons in the left gutter. There can be only 10 numbered and 26 lettered bookmarks within a project.

All bookmarks are indicated with the black streaks in the marker bar:

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Once created, the bookmarks enable you to easily jump to the desired location within a file, or across the entire project.

To navigate through the bookmarks within the current file, do one of the following
  • On the main menu, choose Navigate | Bookmarks | Next/Previous Bookmark. The order of visiting bookmarks depends on their order in the collection of bookmarks in the Bookmarks dialog.
  • Click the black streak in the marker bar.
To navigate across a project using numbered bookmarks
  • Use Ctrl+Number where the <number> corresponds to the desired bookmark.
To navigate among all bookmarks in a project, do one of the following
  • On the main menu, choose Navigate | Bookmarks | Show Bookmarks, or press Shift+F11Shift+F11Shift+F11Shift+F11Shift+F11Alt+F2Ctrl+Shift+MShift+F11Alt+Meta+BCommand F3Shift F11Command F3Shift Command F6.

    In the Bookmarks dialog, select the target bookmark, and press EnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnter.

    Note

    For your convenience, the target code preview is shown in the right pane of the dialog box.

  • 5.4+
    In the Favorites tool window, select the desired bookmark in the Bookmarks list, and then double-click the bookmark entry, or press F4F4F4F4F4F4F4F12 or Ctrl+Shift+EF4Command Down or F4F4F3F4. The corresponding file opens in the editor, with the caret at the beginning of the bookmarked line.

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