Keyboard Shortcuts You Cannot Miss
CLion, as a keyboard-centric IDE, suggests keyboard shortcuts for most of its actions. In this topic, you can find a short list of the most indispensable of them, to make your first steps with CLion easy.
See the detailed list of default keyboard shortcuts in the Keyboard Shortcuts Reference Keyboard Shortcuts by Category and learn how to customize your preferred keymap in the Configuring Keyboard Shortcuts section.
|Find action by name||Ctrl+Shift+A|
|Show the list of available intention actions.||Alt+Enter|
|Switch between views ( Project, Structure, etc.).||Alt+F1|
|Switch between the tool windows and files opened in the editor.||Ctrl+Tab|
|Show the Navigation bar.||Alt+Home|
|Insert a live template.||Ctrl+J|
|Surround with a live template.||Ctrl+Alt+J|
|Edit an item from the Project or another tree view.||F4|
|Comment or uncomment a line or fragment of code with the line or block comment.||
|Find class or file by name.||
|Duplicate the current line or selection.||Ctrl+D|
|Incremental expression selection.||Ctrl+W and Ctrl+Shift+W|
|Find text string in the current file.||Ctrl+F|
|Find text in the project or in the specified directory.||Ctrl+Shift+F|
|Search everywhere.||Double-press Shift|
|Quick view the usages of the selected symbol.||Ctrl+Shift+F7|
|Expand or collapse a code block in the editor.||
|Invoke code completion.||Ctrl+Space|
The complete keymap reference is available from the main menu (Help | Default Keymap Reference).