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One of TextMate's many nice features is that you can type Ctrl+Cmd+R to show the file with current focus in the navigation sidebar (opening up parent folders as necessary). I haven't been able to find this feature in the much more heavyweight RubyMine (based on IntelliJ). Does it exist?

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View | Select In | Project. Or enable the Autoscroll from Source option for the Project View.

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Thanks, that's exactly what I wanted. – Trevor Burnham Sep 2 '11 at 16:15

In more recent versions of RubyMine (4.0+) this feature is under the Navigate|Select In...|Project View menu.

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