Dec 06, 2018
Previously it was required several keyboard strokes in order open a project from IntelliJ.
You had to press Alt+F plus O plus TAB and then navigate to your project; or even worse, you could have used your mouse in order to accomplish the same.
Now, with a single keyboard shortcut you can navigate to your projects located under a specific root directory.
Start by accessing the Setting menu and selecting one ore more root directories where you have your projects located.
Then simply press Ctrl+Shift+O (Command+Shift+O) and start typing the name of the project you want to open, and that's it!
Recent change notes
Display notification if settings are not configure
Exclude root path directory from project search suggestion