Here are some very useful shortcuts that I personally use. In the past year or so I have decided to use Flash Builder to do most of my Actionscript coding, as a result I keep on finding the need to jump around my class files a lot. Here are a few of my favourite shortcuts when using Flash Builder…
Cmd/Ctl – click on a variable name or function and you will jump you to the definition of that variable or function. This is very useful when you have a lot of code and want to quickly edit a particular variable or function. It will also highlight all instances/calls at the same time.
Cmd/Ctl - O will bring up a quick outline of all your variables and functions. You just use the arrow keys to navigate up or down and then press return to select what you want, and Flash Builder will take you to that variable/function definition.
alt – up/down arrow – this will move the current line you are on up/down a line.
alt – cmd/ctrl – up/down arrow – this will move a copy of the current line up or down.
Cmd/ctl – K – move to the next occurrence of the selected text (very handy for quickly checking where are all your calls, copies of a particular instance, etc)
Cmd/ctl – shift – K – move to the previous occurrence of the selected (ditto)
I will be posting some more shortcuts soon.