Find Results window
This window is used to display various search results (for example, usages of a symbol, exposing APIs of a symbol, and more) It displays results of the latest search as well as results of previous searches in different tabs. The results of each new search command are displayed in a separate tab except for the same search/navigation command.
You can quickly open documents containing specific search results by double-clicking on these results.
Depending on the type of search results, the set of toolbar controls may vary.
| || Expand All/ Collapse All |
Ctrl+NumPad Plus/ Ctrl+NumPad Minus
| Expands/collapses all nodes in the current tab. |
| || Previous/ Next |
Ctrl+Alt+Up / Ctrl+Alt+Down
| Navigate to the previous/next item and scrolls through the source code accordingly. |
| || Export || Click this button to export the data currently displayed in the window in text format. |
| || Automatically Scroll to Source || When this button is pressed, source code in the editor is scrolled according to the items selected in the window. |
| || Merge Occurrences on the Same Line Ctrl+F || If this button is selected, occurrences on the same line are shown as. |
| || Show Only Read Usages Ctrl+R || When this button is selected, only references to read usages are displayed. Available for the usages of fields or local variables. |
| || Show Only Write Usages Ctrl+W || When this button is selected, only references to write usages are displayed. Available for usages of fields or local variables. |
| || Sort Members Alphabetically || By default, members are sorted in the declaration order. You can click this button to display members in the alphabetical order. |
| || Filter Usages || With this drop-down list, you can select specific kinds of usages to display - for example, declaration, invocation, parameter, method return, and so on. Click Show All Usages to enable all kinds of usages or Clear Filters to disable all kinds of usages thus hiding all usages in the current tab. |
Title bar context menu and buttons
You can right-click on the window title bar and use the context menu to configure its viewing mode, associate the window with a different tool window bar, or resize and hide the window.
You can also use the toolbar buttons:
| || Click this button to access a subset of the context menu commands that let you configure window's viewing mode. |
| || Shift+Escape || Use this command to hide the tool window. You can also use it in combination with the Alt key to hides all tool windows attached to the same tool window bar. |
Last modified: 11 October 2017