Move Class Dialog
The Move Class refactoring dialog is invoked for the classes selected in the Project view, or opened in the editor.
Specify the destination package. Click the ellipsis button, and select the target package in the Choose Destination Package dialog that shows a tree view of all packages within the project. The content of a package is moved along with the package from the old location to the new destination package.
Make inner class of
If you want to make your class inner, specify the target class. Click the ellipsis button and select the target class in the Choose Class dialog.
Search in comments and strings
Select this option to apply the changes to comments and strings.
Search for text occurrences
Select this option to apply the changes to documentation, HTML, JSP and other files included in your project.
Search for references
Select this checkbox to have the changes applied to the references. This option is available only for Move File or Move Package refactorings.
Move to another source folder
If this option is selected, you can select the target root, where the destination package will be located. If the option is not selected, only the current root is used.
This option is disabled for the modules that contain a single source root.
Target destination directory
When the dialog opens, the field shows the path to the folder where the file that implements the class to move is currently stored.
The path is displayed in the following format:
...\<project root>\<current namespace folder relative to the project root>
The path is updated automatically as you specify the namespace to move the class to. However, if you are going to move a class to a non-existing namespace under another parent namespace, IntelliJ IDEA will not suggest the proper folder unless you appoint a root folder for your namespace structure by marking the relevant folder as Sources on the Directories page of the Settings dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S).
Do one of the following:
Open moved in editor
Select this checkbox to open the moved class in the editor.