Code editor, or simply the editor, lets you write your code and perform related tasks.
Editor tabs. Each file or console opens on its own tab. Use Alt+Right and Alt+Left to switch between the tabs, and Ctrl+F4 for closing a tab. More commands for working with the tabs are available in their context menus.
indicates that DataGrip has suggestions for the current cursor position. Click or press Alt+Enter to see those suggestions.
See also, Composing SQL statements.
The left margin also holds code folding markers that let you collapse ( and ) and expand () the corresponding code blocks.
Navigation stripes let you switch to "interesting" code fragments including the ones that need your attention. Point to a stripe to see a summary for corresponding fragment, e.g. a problem description. Click a stripe to switch to the corresponding fragment. Right-click the scroll bar or the area where it may appear to open the corresponding customization menu.