I'm switching from sublime text to Webstorm and trying to learn to use it.

What i really miss is the ability to perform the ctrl+p to open the command palette. Is there something equivalent to that in Webstorm?


Actually, i found something closer to the commmand palette:

Find Action: Ctrl+Shift+A

More on this: Finding an action

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    Cmd Shit A on OSX. This is the command palette, whereas double shift is comparable to Sublime's "Go To Anything" Cmd-P (or Ctrl-P). – Sk606 Jul 20 '16 at 18:23
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    @Sk606 lol, you surely meant Cmd+SHIFT+A? – Aditya M P Nov 28 '17 at 10:30
  • lol shift you're right :P – Sk606 Nov 29 '17 at 17:23

Sure have.

Just by double Shift you can search by whole IDE and your current project data using Searching Everywhere.

For quickly get more familiar with it I suggest you watch following screencasts:

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