Bookmarks are great tools to make navigation in your code easier — even in small projects you may want to have some often visited places marked with bookmarks, which are easily available by a hotkey, while in big projects you may require tens of bookmarks with a hierarchical organization and dynamic bookmarks visibility depending on the tasks you are doing at the moment.
The functionality for managing bookmarks you can find in the Search menu.
- Toggle Bookmark (the ^+Shift+T hotkey) — the option allows you to put a bookmark on the line where your cursor is located in the code editor; the repeated toggle of a bookmark on the line where some bookmark is already present will remove it;
- Previous Bookmark (the ^+Shift+P hotkey) — the option for navigation between your bookmarks and it will move you to the location of the previous bookmark int he file;
- Next Bookmark (the ^+Shift+N hotkey) — also the navigation option to move across your bookmarks, this one replace you to a next stored position in the file;
- Clear — removes all your saved bookmarks in the whole project.
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