Moving quickly through the code in Zend Studio?


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Delphi is a very handy feature — quick tabs. Press CTRL+SHIFT+1, near the current line appears in figure 1. Elsewhere press CTRL+SHIFT+2 appears in figure 2. Now when you press CTRL+1 or CTRL+2 I get to the line. The bookmark is tied to the current session (not saved when the IDE is closed). Very convenient when you need to simultaneously edit multiple sections of code or to refer to related code.


Does Zend Studio something like that? Can similarly be added using plugin's?

I saw the bookmark mechanism, but it is quite another. You have to use mouse to do each time in just a few clicks, you can not quickly navigate through the tabs.
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If you right-button click on the line number, the number is highlighted in green, and the right of the window with the code will have a green mark-link. I enjoyed the 'bookmarks' if they are few enough.
These bookmarks are stored and between seansai.
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Will pay attention to the combination "alt+left/right". They move to the previous/next context in which you worked. However, in Zend, at least my ancient version of 5.1, it works just the same, stupid, moving, for example, in the previous function, with which I worked, and stupidly at the previous cursor position.
Well enough this move works, for example, in NetBeans.
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Ctrl+shift+R — opens the list of recently opened files.
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