WebStorm 9.0.2 Web Help

Find Tool Window

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Find tool window displays results of the following searches:

The results of each search are displayed in a separate tab, or replace the contents of the current tab, depending on the Open in new tab dialog setting. By default the window appears at the bottom of the screen.

It has a toolbar with a set of buttons, a pane of results, and additional buttons for Replace in Path, and Refactoring Preview operations.

On this page:

Toolbar buttons

Item Tooltip and shortcut Description
settings1 Options
CtrlShowSettingsAndFindUsage
Click this button to open one of the Find Usages dialogs, which corresponds to the symbol in question. You can edit the search settings and click Rerun button to execute the modified search query.
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Ctrl+F5
Rerun the last search. This button is not available for viewing code coverage results.
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Ctrl+Shift+F4
Close the current tab or the tool window. This button is not available in Replace in Path and Refactoring Preview dialogs.
pin2.png Pin Use to pin or unpin the tab. If a tab is pinned, the results for the next command are shown on a new tab.
arrowBack Recent find usages
Ctrl+E
Show the list of recent searches. Select an item in the list to see the search results.
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Expand all
Ctrl+NumPad+
Collapse all
Ctrl+NumPad -
Click this button to have all nodes expanded or collapsed.
arrowUparrowDown Previous/next occurrence
Ctrl+Alt+Up
Ctrl+Alt+Down
Navigate to the previous/next element in the tab of results.
img Autoscroll to source Turns the Autoscroll to source option on or off. When the option is on and you select the search result, the corresponding source file opens in the editor and the appropriate fragment is highlighted in the file.
icon_star Favorites Click this button to add found usages to favorites.
exportToTextFile Export to Text File
Alt+O
Save the contents of the current result tab. In the Export preview dialog, specify the target file or copy information to the clipboard. Before saving, you can also modify the information to be saved.
help.gif Help
F1
Use this icon or shortcut to open the corresponding help page.
commonfilter Group by usage type
Ctrl+T
This button is available for Find Usages only.
If this button is pressed, the search results are grouped by the following categories:
  • comments
  • unclassified usage not related to any of the categories
groupByTestProduction Group by test/production If this button is pressed, the usages are grouped according to the Production and Test scopes.
groupByModule Group by module
Ctrl+D
If this button is pressed, the found usages show under the corresponding module or library node.
groupByPackage Group by package
Ctrl+P
If this button is pressed, all the usages found are displayed under their respective packages.
groupByFileStructure Group by file structure
Ctrl+M
If this toggle is on, the found usages are shown under the corresponding method nodes.
img Merge usages from the same line
Ctrl+F
If this toggle is on, the duplicate usages found on the same line are merged.
showReadAccess Show read access
Ctrl+R
This button is available for Find Usages only.
If this button is pressed, the search results include references to the read access methods.
showWriteAccess Show write access
Ctrl+W
This button is available for Find Usages only.
If this button is pressed, the search results include references to the write access methods.
showImportStatements Show import statements
Ctrl+I
This button is available for Find Usages only.
If this button is pressed, the search results include the usages in the import statements.
previewUsages Preview usages Turns showing the Preview pane on or off.
sortAlphabetically Sort members alphabetically Click this button to have all members sorted alphabetically. Otherwise, members are sorted in the order they are declared.

Context menu commands

Item Shortcut Description
Jump to Source F4 Navigate to the selected usage in the source code.
Exclude Delete Exclude the selected item from the list of results, with all nested subelements. The excluded nodes are shown strikethrough. If you perform the Replace All or Refactor All actions, the excluded elements won't be affected.
Include Insert Include previously excluded items in the list of results. All nested subelements are included too.
Add to Favorites Add selected node to the Favorites list.
Recent Find Usages Ctrl+E Show the list of recent searches. Select an item in the list to see the search results.

See Also

Last modified: 11 December 2014
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