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Linux – IntelliJ Shortcut Keys

Linux – IntelliJ Shortcut Keys

IntelliJ Shortcut Keys for Linux

Ctrl+N – To quickly open any class.
Ctrl+Shift+N – To quickly open any file.
Ctrl+Shift+F12 – Toggle tools (maximize/minimize code window).
Ctrl+Space – Code completion.
Alt+F7 – To find all places where a particular class, method or variable is used in the whole project by positioning the caret at the symbol’s name or at its usage in code.
Crtl+P – To quickly see the documentation for the class or method used at the editor’s caret.
Ctrl+Space – Basic code completion (the name of any class, method or variable)
Ctrl+Shift+Space – Smart code completion (filters the list of methods and variables by expected type)
Ctrl+Shift+Enter – Complete statement
Ctrl+P – Parameter info (within method call arguments)
Ctrl+Q – Quick documentation lookup
Shift+F1 – External Doc
Ctrl+ mouse over code – Brief Info
Ctrl+F1 – Show descriptions of error or warning at caret
Alt+Insert – Generate code… (Getters, Setters, Constructors, hashCode/equals, toString)
Ctrl+O – Override methods
Ctrl+I – Implement methods
Ctrl+Alt+T – Surround with… (if..else, try..catch, for, synchronized, etc.)
Ctrl+/ – Comment/uncomment with line comment
Ctrl+Shift+/ – Comment/uncomment with block comment
Ctrl+W – Select successively increasing code blocks
Ctrl+Shift+W – Decrease current selection to previous state
Alt+Q – Context info
Alt+Enter – Show intention actions and quick-fixes
Ctrl+Alt+L – Reformat code
Ctrl+Alt+O – Optimize imports
Ctrl+Alt+I – Auto-indent line(s)
Tab/Shift+Tab – Indent/unindent selected lines
Ctrl+X/Shift+Delete – Cut current line or selected block to clipboard
Ctrl+C/Ctrl+Insert – Copy current line or selected block to clipboard
Ctrl+V/Shift+Insert – Paste from clipboard
Ctrl+Shift+V – Paste from recent buffers…
Ctrl+D – Duplicate current line or selected block
Ctrl+Y – Delete line at caret
Ctrl+Shift+J – Smart line join
Ctrl+Enter – Smart line split
Shift+Enter – Start new line
Ctrl+Shift+U – Toggle case for word at caret or selected block
Ctrl+Shift+]/[ – Select till code block end/start
Ctrl+Delete – Delete to word end
Ctrl+Backspace – Delete to word start
Ctrl+ NumPad +/- – Expand/collapse code block
Ctrl+Shift+ NumPad +/- – Expand all / collapse all
Ctrl+F4 – Close active editor tab
Alt+F7/Ctrl+F7 – Find usages / Find usages in file
Ctrl+Shift+F7 – Highlight usages in file
Ctrl+Alt+F7 – Show usages
F5 – Copy
F6 – Move
Alt+Delete – Safe Delete
Shift+F6 – Rename
Ctrl+F6 – Change Signature
Ctrl+Alt+N – Inline
Ctrl+Alt+M – Extract Method
Ctrl+Alt+V – Extract Variable
Ctrl+Alt+F – Extract Field
Ctrl+Alt+C – Extract Constant
Ctrl+Alt+P – Extract Parameter
Double Shift – Search everywhere
Ctrl+F – Find
F3 / Shift+F3 – Find next / Find previous
Ctrl+R – Replace
Ctrl+Shift+F – Find in path
Ctrl+Shift+R – Replace in path
Ctrl+Shift+S – Search structurally (Ultimate Edition only)
Ctrl+Shift+M – Replace structurally (Ultimate Edition only)
Ctrl+F9 – Make project (compile modifed and dependent)
Ctrl+Shift+F9 – Compile selected file, package or module
Alt+Shift+F10 – Select configuration and run
Alt+Shift+F9 – Select configuration and debug
Shift+F10 – Run
Shift+F9 – Debug
Ctrl+Shift+F10 – Run context configuration from editor
Ctrl+K – Commit project to VCS
Ctrl+T – Update project from VCS
Alt+Shift+C – View recent changes
Alt+ ` – ‘VCS’ quick popup
F8 – Step over
F7 – Step into
Shift+F7 – Smart step into
Shift+F8 – Step out
Alt+F9 – Run to cursor
Alt+F8 – Evaluate expression
F9 – Resume program
Ctrl+F8 – Toggle breakpoint
Ctrl+Shift+F8 – View breakpoints

Ctrl+Alt+J – Surround with Live Template
Ctrl+J – Insert Live Template
Ctrl+J – iter – Iteration according to Java SDK 1.5 style
Ctrl+J – inst – Check object type with instanceof and downcast it
Ctrl+J – itco – Iterate Collection / Iterate elements of java.util.Collection
Ctrl+J – itit – Iterate Itterator / IIterate elements of java.util.Iterator
Ctrl+J – itli – Iterate List / Iterate elements of java.util.List
Ctrl+J – psf – Public static final
Ctrl+J – thr – throw new
Ctrl+N – Go to class
Ctrl+Shift+N – Go to file
Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N – Go to symbol
Alt+ Right/Left – Go to next/previous editor tab
F12 – Go back to previous tool window
Esc – Go to editor (from tool window)
Shift+Esc – Hide active or last active window
Ctrl+Shift+F4 – Close active run/messages/find/… tab
Ctrl+G – Go to line
Ctrl+E – Recent files popup
Ctrl+Alt+Arrow left/Arrow right – Navigate backward / navigate forward
Ctrl+Shift+Backspace – Navigate to last edit location
Alt+F1 – Select current file or symbol in any view
Ctrl+B/Ctrl+ Click – Go to declaration
Ctrl+Alt+B – Go to implementation(s)
Ctrl+Shift+I – Open quick definition lookup
Ctrl+Shift+B – Go to type declaration
Ctrl+U – Go to super-method/super-class
Alt+Arrow up/Arrow down – Go to previous/next method
Ctrl+]/[ – Move to code block end / move to code start
Ctrl+F12 – File structure popup
Ctrl+H – Type hierarchy
Ctrl+Shift+H – Method hierarchy
Ctrl+Alt+H – Call hierarchy
F2/Shift+F2 – Next/previous highlighted error
F4/Ctrl+Enter – Edit source / View source
Alt+Home – Show navigation bar
F11 – Toggle bookmark
Ctrl+F11 – Toggle bookmark with mnemonic
Ctrl+0…9 – Go to numbered bookmark
Shift+F11 – Show bookmarks
Alt+0…9 – Open corresponding tool window
Ctrl+S – Save all
Ctrl+Alt+Y – Synchronize
Ctrl+Shift+F12 – Toggle maximizing editor
Alt+Shift+F – Add to Favorites
Alt+Shift+I – Inspect current file with current profile
Ctrl+` – Quick switch current scheme
Ctrl+Alt+S – Open Settings dialog
Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S – Open Project Structure dialog
Ctrl+Shift+A – Find Action
Ctrl+Tab – Switch between tabs and tool window

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