Customize actions, menus, and toolbars
Sometimes when you work in the IDE, you come across a menu that is too long and you need to scroll down to get to the favorite action. Sometimes, you want to access some menu actions just by clicking an icon on the toolbar, and sometimes, you want to quickly access your favorite actions that do not have the default shortcuts.
DataGrip helps you solve these problems enabling you to customize the menus, toolbars, and the action access.
Configure menus and toolbars
You can customize the IDE to have only the needed and frequently used options in the menus. You can also regroup those options, and move them to different locations. You can change the available icons on the toolbars as well as add the new ones using your own image files.
- In the list of available menus and toolbars, expand the node you want to customize and select the desired item. Using the available icons add, move, remove an action in the menu, or restore the default settings.
You can also edit an existing toolbar icon or add a new one to the added action on the toolbar. Make sure the image file you are adding has the .png or the .svg extension.
Click OK to save your changes.
Configure a quick list with favorite actions
A quick list is a popup that contains a custom set of DataGrip actions and is accessed by a binding shortcut. You can create as many quick lists as necessary. Each action that you include in the list is identified by a sequential number. Numbering starts from the numerals (0 to 9), and then proceeds with the letters in alphabetical order.
For example, you can create a list of actions that do not have the associated shortcuts and refer to that list by one shortcut for an easy action access.
Click Alt+Insert to create a new quick list.
In the Display name field, specify the name of the quick list. Optionally, provide the quick list description.
Using the available icons, add, move, or remove items in the quick list. Click OK to save the changes.
Bind the new quick list to a shortcut:
Expand the Quick Lists node and select the new quick list. Add a keyboard shortcut and save the changes.
For more information, refer toConfiguring keyboard shortcuts.
In the editor, access a quick list by the associated shortcut.
If you don't remember the shortcut, you can search for your quick list by a name. Press Shift twice and type the name of the quick list.