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Go to Interface Implementation - faster than CTRL-T ? [message #1840703] Thu, 22 April 2021 08:55
Juergen Weber is currently offline Juergen WeberFriend
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Hi,

if you analyse existing code, the use of interfaces is kind of a barrier, F3 effektively does not help, as it jumps to the Interface.

With CTRL-T you get a Popup that let's you choose the implementation. This requires at least three key presses and evaluation of the popup and hinders the view-flow.

(https://stackoverflow.com/a/2106009)

Can you jump directly to the only implementation? I'd like to have a one-key solution.

If there are more than one implementations, I'd like to use heuristics:

- go to the last viewed implementation
- go to that in main/java and not that in test/java

Does such a functionality exist?

Juergen

[Updated on: Thu, 22 April 2021 13:46]

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