View problems and apply quick-fixes in the editor
In the editor, hover the mouse pointer over the highlighted problem. RubyMine shows a tooltip with a description of the problem.
To resolve the problem, click <Linter name>: Fix '<rule name>' or press Alt+Shift+Enter.
To resolve all the detected problems in the current file, click More actions ( Alt+Enter) and select from the list.
Alternatively, press Alt+Enter and choose the relevant suggestion from the list.
Problems tool window
To open the Problems tool window, click the Inspection widget in the upper-right corner of the editor:
The Problems tool window shows errors detected in the file opened in the active editor tab. For each error RubyMine shows a brief description and the number of the line where the error occurred.
From an error message, you can navigate to the code where the problem occurred, or apply a quick-fix, or fix the problem manually in the Editor Preview pane ().
To open the Problems tool window, click the Inspections widget in the upper-right corner of the editor.
Alternatively selectfrom the main menu or press Alt+6.
To view suggested quick-fixes for a problem, select the corresponding error message and then select Show Quick Fixes from its context menu, or click on the toolbar, or just press Alt+Enter.
To fix a problem, select the appropriate quick-fix from the list.
Alternatively, click to open the Editor Preview pane and fix the problem manually there, without leaving the tool window.
To resolve the detected problems in the whole file, select <Linter name >: Fix current file from the context menu.
To navigate to the place where an error occurred, double-click the corresponding error message, or select Jump to Source from its context menu, or just press F4.
You can also edit the linter's settings, suppress a rule in the statement where a problem occurred or in the whole file, as well as exclude the current file from analysis at all. See Disable and suppress inspections for details.
To filter out error messages by their severity and customize their sorting, click and select or clear the relevant items in the list.
To copy an error message, select Copy Problem Description from its context menu or press Ctrl+C.