Authors:
johnlindquist

AceJump

Products: IntelliJ IDEA, RubyMine, WebStorm, PhpStorm, PyCharm, AppCode, Android Studio, 0xDBE

Vendor: johnlindquist

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Website: https://github.com/johnlindquist/AceJump

Source code: https://github.com/johnlindquist/AceJump

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AceJump allows you to quickly navigate the cursor to any position visible in the editor. See a demo in action here: http://johnlindquist.com/2012/08/14/ace_jump.html Simply hit "ctrl+;", type a character, then type the matching character to Ace Jump.
Downloads: 37308
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Version Compatible builds Date
2.0.5 117.117 23.06.2013 Download
1.0 Beta 110.365 21.08.2012 Download
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Recent change notes

2.0.5
Fixing "backspace" bugs mentioned here: https://github.com/johnlindquist/AceJump/issues/20
2.0.4
Fixing "code folding" bugs mentioned here: https://github.com/johnlindquist/AceJump/issues/24
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, mutli-char search implemented
1.1.0
Switching to Kotlin for the code base
1.0.4
Fixing https://github.com/johnlindquist/AceJump/issues/9 and https://github.com/johnlindquist/AceJump/issues/6
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
Cleaned up code base for release

General usage instructions

Hit "ctrl+;", type a char, then select a char to jump to. When selecting the char "shift" will select the block between the cursor and char. You can toggle "target mode" by tapping "ctrl+;" again, which will select the word you jump to. You can remap the AceJump keyboard shortcut in File->Settings->KeyMap and search for "Ace Jump". Right-click on it, then select a different shortcut. Fyi, "target mode" is hard-coded to ctrl+;, I'll try to fix that in the next update.