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MPS Shortcut Keys

MPS (Mathematical Programming machine) is a file format for imparting and archiving linear programming (LP) and blended integer programming problems.

Ctrl+/ – Comment/uncomment current line or selected block with line comments
Ctrl+Shift+/ – Comment/uncomment code with block comments
Ctrl+Shift+Alt+H – Show the Highlighting level pop-up window to configure highlighting in the current file
Ctrl+P – Show parameters of the method call at the caret
Alt+Q – Show the current method or class declaration when it is not visible
Ctrl+F1 – Show an error or warning description at the caret
Shift+F1 – Open browser with the documentation for the selected item
Ctrl+O – Override base class methods in the current class
Ctrl+Alt+T – Surround selected code fragment with if, do, tags or other constructs
Ctrl+Spacebar – Code completion for any class, method or variable
Ctrl+Shift+Spacebar – Code Completion filtering the lookup list basing on expected type
Alt+/ – Goes through the names of classes, methods, keywords and variables in the current visibility scope
Ctrl+J – Show a pop-up list of starting with a specified prefix
Ctrl+Alt+J – Surround the selection with one of the templates
Tab – In templates: move the caret to the next template variable
Shift+Tab – In templates: move the caret to the previous template variable
Backspace – Delete a character to the left of the caret
Ctrl+Z – Undo last operation
Ctrl+Shift+Z – Redo last undone operation
Ctrl+X – Cut a current line or a selected code block to the Clipboard
Ctrl+C – Copy a current line or a selected code block to the Clipboard
Ctrl+V – Paste from the Clipboard to the caret location
Ctrl+Shift+V – Paste selected entry from the Clipboard to the caret location
Up Arrow – Move the caret one line up
Shift+Up Arrow – Move the caret one line up selecting the text
Down Arrow – Move the caret one line down
Shift+Down Arrow – Move the caret one line down selecting the text
Left Arrow – Move the caret one character to the left
Shift+Left Arrow – Move the caret one character to the left selecting the text
Right Arrow – Move the caret one character to the right
Shift+Right Arrow – Move the caret one character to the right selecting the text
Ctrl+PgDn – Move the caret down to the page bottom
Ctrl+Shift+PgDn – Move the caret down to the page bottom, selecting the text
Ctrl+PgUp – Move the caret up to the page top
Ctrl+Shift+PgUp – Move the caret up to the page bottom, selecting the text
PgDn – Move the caret one Page down
Shift+PgDn – Move the caret one Page down, selecting the text
PgUp – Move the caret one Page up
Shift+PgUp – Move the caret one Page up, selecting the text
Ctrl+Down Arrow – Scroll the text one line down
Ctrl+M – Scroll a line at caret to the center of the screen
Ctrl+Up Arrow – Scroll the text one line up
End – Move the caret to the end of line
Shift+End – Move the caret to the end of line, selecting the text
Home – Move the caret to the beginning of line
Shift+Home – Move the caret to the beginning of line, selecting the text
Ctrl+Right Arrow – Move the caret to the next word
Ctrl+Shift+Right Arrow – Move the caret to the next word, selecting it
Ctrl+Left Arrow – Move the caret to the previous word
Ctrl+Shift+Left Arrow – Move the caret to the previous word, selecting it
Ctrl+End – Move the caret to the end of text
Ctrl+Shift+End – Move the caret to the end of text, selecting it
Ctrl+Home – Move the caret to the beginning of text
Ctrl+Shift+Home – Move the caret to the beginning of text, selecting it
Ctrl+A – Select the entire text opened in the editor
Ctrl+Y – Delete the line where the caret is currently located
Ctrl+Delete – Delete the word starting from the current caret location up to the word end
Ctrl+Backspace – Delete the word starting from the current caret location up to the word start
Insert – Toggle insert/overwrite modes
Ctrl+D – Duplicate selected block or the line at the caret
Ctrl+Shift+U – Toggle case of the selected text block
Ctrl+] – Move the caret to the current code block end, highlighting the block limits
Ctrl+Shift+] – Move the caret to the current code block end, selecting the code beginning from the initial caret location
Ctrl+[ – Move the caret to the current code block start, highlighting the block limits
Ctrl+Shift+[ – Move the caret to the current code block start, selecting the code beginning from the initial caret location
Shift+Enter – Start a new line after the current one positioning the caret in accordance with the current indentation level
Ctrl+Alt+Enter – Start a new line before the current one
Ctrl+Shift+J – Concatenate the selected lines into one or concatenate the line where the caret is currently located with the next line
Ctrl+Enter – Split the selected line at the point where the caret is located, leaving the caret at the end of the first line
Ctrl+W – Select successively increasing code blocks starting from the current caret location
Ctrl+Shift+W – Remove sequentially the selection made by the action
Tab – Move the selected block to the next indentation level
Shift+Tab – Move the selected block to the previous indentation level
Ctrl+Alt+I – Indent the current line or selected block according to the General settings

Ctrl+NumPad + – Expand the current collapsed fragment
Ctrl+NumPad – – Collapse the current folding region
Ctrl+Alt+NumPad + – Expand the current folded fragment and all the subordinate collapsed folding regions within that fragment
Ctrl+Alt+NumPad – – Collapse the current folding region and all the subordinate folding regions within it
Ctrl+Shift+NumPad + – Expand all collapsed fragments within the selection, or, if nothing is selected, expand all the collapsed fragments in the current file
Ctrl+Shift+NumPad – – Collapse all folding regions within the selection, or, if nothing is selected, collapse all the folding regions in the current file
Ctrl+NumPad 1..5 – Expand the current fragment and all the nested fragments up to the specified level
Ctrl+Shift+NumPad 1..5 – Expand all the collapsed fragments in the file up to the specified nesting level
Ctrl+. – Collapse the selected fragment and create a custom folding region for it to make it “foldable” / Expand the current fragment and remove the corresponding custom folding region to make the fragment “unfoldable”

Shift+F10 – Run a program
Shift+Alt+F10 – Quickly select run/debug configuration and run or edit it
Ctrl+F5 – Repeat execution with the same settings, with the same tab of the Run tool window having the focus
Shift+F10 – Repeat execution with the same settings, with the same tab of the editor having the focus
Shift+F9 – Debug a program
Shift+Alt+F9 – Quickly select run/debug configuration and debug or edit it
F8 – Step to the next line in the current file See Stepping Through the Program
F7 – Step to the next executed line See Stepping Through the Program
Shift+F7 – Select the method to step in, if the current line contains multiple method call expressions See Choosing a Method to Step Into
Shift+F8 – Step to a first executed line after returning from the current method See Stepping Through the Program
Shift+Alt+F8 – Run until the next line in this method or file, skipping the methods referenced at the current execution point and ignoring breakpoints See Stepping Through the Program
Shift+Alt+F7 – Steps into the method called in the current execution point even if this method is to be skipped See Stepping Through the Program
Alt+F9 – Run to the line where the caret is located See Stepping Through the Program
Ctrl+Alt+F9 – Run to the line where the caret is located, ignoring breakpoints See Stepping Through the Program
F9 – Resume program execution
Shift+F2 – Terminate a debugging session
Alt+F8 – Evaluate an arbitrary expression
Ctrl+Alt+F8 – Evaluate an arbitrary expression without calling Evaluate Expression dialog
Ctrl+F8 – Toggle breakpoint at the current line
Ctrl+Shift+F8 – View/manage all breakpoints
Ctrl+Shift+F4 – Close an active tab in a tool window (for example, Find tool window)
Ctrl+F4 – Close an active editor
F4 – Open an editor for the selected item or items and give focus to the last opened file
Alt+O – Export contents of a tool window to a text file This feature applies to the Version Control Tool Window, Messages Tool Window, and other tool windows that provide the export button  on the window toolbar
Alt+Insert – Create a new class, file or directory See Populating Modules
Ctrl+S – Save all files and settings
Alt+Right Arrow – When several tabs are open in the editor or a view, open the next tab to the right (or first tab if the current one is the last)
Alt+Left Arrow – When several tabs are open in the editor or a view, open the next tab to the left (or last tab if the current one is the first)
Alt+Enter – Display intention actions (if any) for the code where the caret is currently located, or the selected GUI component in a form
Ctrl+Alt+Y – Detect all externally changed files and reload them from disk

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