johnlindquist/AceJump: A single char search, select, and jump
AceJump is a plugin for the IntelliJ Platform that lets you jump to any symbol in the editor with just a few keystrokes. Press the keyboard shortcut for AceJump (Ctrl+; by default) to activate a tooltip overlay. Type any visible string in the editor, followed by one of illustrated tags, to jump its position:
Press the AceJump shortcut a second time before completing a tag to activate Target Mode. Once Target Mode is activated, jumping to a tag will select an entire word. You can also enter Target Mode directly by pressing the
shortcut assigned to
AceTargetMode (Ctrl+Alt+; by default).
Press the AceJump shortcut for line mode (Ctrl+Shift+; by default), to target the beginning, first non-whitespace characters, and end of every visible line in the editor). Then jump to one by completing the tag.
Press the AceJump shortcut, followed by →, ←, ↑, or ↑, to target the last, first, or first non-whitespace characters of every visible line in the editor.
Press Shift when completing the jump to select all text from the current cursor position to the destination.
If you mistype a character while searching, just press Backspace to restart from scratch.
AceJump can be installed by the unzipping the contents of
/config/plugins/if you are using IntelliJ IDEA Community, or
/config/plugins/if you are using IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate
You can also install AceJump directly from the IDE, via File | Settings | Plugins | Browse Repositories... |
You can change the default keyboard shortcut by visiting File | Settings | Keymap |
If you are using IdeaVim, copy and paste the following command into your terminal to activate AceJump with a single keystroke (the keys f, F and g are user-configurable):
echo -e ' " Press `f` to activate AceJump map f :action AceAction<CR> " Press `F` to activate Target Mode map F :action AceTargetAction<CR> " Press `g` to activate Line Mode map g :action AceLineAction<CR> ' >> ~/.ideavimrc
To build AceJump from the source, clone this repository and run
To start an instance of IntelliJ IDEA with AceJump installed, run
- 3.1.6 Fixes a rare tag collision scenario and UninitializedPropertyAccess exception
- 3.1.5 Allow users to enter target mode directly by pressing Ctrl+Alt+;
- 3.1.4 Fixes the "Assertion Failed" exception popup
- 3.1.3 Fixes an error affecting some users during startup.
- 3.1.2 Fixes an Android Studio regression.
- 3.1.1 Hotfix for broken target mode.
- 3.1.0 Removes the search box, lots of small usability improvements.
- 3.0.7 No longer tags "folded" regions and minor alignment adjustments.
- 3.0.6 Fixes alignment issues, removes top and bottom alignments until there is a better way to visually differentiate adjacent tags.
- 3.0.5 Hotfix for target mode.
- 3.0.4 Adds "line mode" - press [Ctrl+Shift+;] to activate.
- 3.0.3 Updates to tag placement and performance improvements.
- 3.0.2 Fixes target mode and default shortcut activation for Mac users.
- 3.0.1 Fixes target-mode issues affecting users with non-default shortcuts and adds support for Home/End.
- Realtime search: Just type the word where you want to jump and AceJump will do the rest.
- Smart tag placement: Tags now occupy nearby whitespace if available, rather than block text.
- Keyboard-aware tagging: Tries to minimize finger travel distance on QWERTY keyboards.
- Colorful highlighting: AceJump will now highlight the editor text, as you type.
- 2.0.13 Fix a regression affecting Target Mode and line-based navigation: github.com/johnlindqui…
- 2.0.12 Fix ClassCastException when input letter not present: github.com/johnlindqui…
- 2.0.11 One hundred percent all natural Kotlin.
- 2.0.10 Support 2016.2, remove upper version limit, update internal Kotlin version
- 2.0.9 Compile on Java 7 to address: github.com/johnlindqui…
- 2.0.8 Compile on Java 6 to address: github.com/johnlindqui…
- 2.0.7 Language update for Kotlin 1.0 release.
- 2.0.6 Fixing "lost focus" bugs mentioned here: github.com/johnlindqui…
- 2.0.5 Fixing "backspace" bugs mentioned here: github.com/johnlindqui…
- 2.0.4 Fixing "code folding" bugs mentioned here: github.com/johnlindqui…
- 2.0.3 More work on Ubuntu focus bug
- 2.0.2 Fixed bug when there's only 1 search result
- 2.0.1 Fixing Ubuntu focus bug
- 2.0.0 Major release: Added "target mode", many speed increases, multi-char search implemented
- 1.1.0 Switching to Kotlin for the code base
- 1.0.4 Fixing github.com/johnlindqui… and github.com/johnlindqui…
- 1.0.3 Fixed minor visual lag when removing the "jumpers" from the editor
- 1.0.2 Cleaning up minor bugs (npe when editor not in focus, not removing layers)
- 1.0.1 Adding a new jump: "Enter" will take you to the first non-whitespace char in a new line (compare to "Home" which takes you to a new line)
- 1.0.0 Cleaned up code base for release