Find Usages. Package Options
This section describes the controls for specifying Package Usage Search options
in the Find Usages dialog box.
|Find||In this area, specify the objects to search.
Usages - if this check box is selected,
the search is performed for all references of the package by its
name in the source code.
Usages of classes and interfaces - if this check box is selected,
the search is performed for all references of classes and interfaces
from the selected package by their names in the source code.
|Options||In this area, configure the search procedure using the following controls:
Search for text occurrences - if this check box is selected,
the search is performed in files registered in IntelliJ IDEA.
Skip results tab with one usage - select this check box to be navigated directly
to the found usage without the Find tool window displayed, when
only one usage is found.
|Scope||In this area, specify the scope of search. Select a pre-defined scope
from the drop-down list or click the Browse button
to open the Scopes dialog box,
where you can define a custom scope.|
|Open in new tab||Select this check box have the results of each search shown in a separate tab of the Find Results window.
If the check box is cleared, the search results will overwrite the contents of the current tab. |
Last modified: 13 July 2016