Changing to IntelliJ

I've been programming in Java using the Eclipse IDE for almost 10 years. I also used NetBeans during some time but I didn't think it was any better than Eclipse and so I kept using the latter for all these years. Now I'm embracing a new challenge and I'l be using IntelliJ, like the rest of the team. So, one of the first steps was to check how to do on IntelliJ the shortcuts that I most used on Eclipse. Here's a list to help me (and anyone on the same situation) during the next few weeks:

Rename Method

  • Eclipse: alt + shift + r
  • IntelliJ: shift + F6

Open Resource

  • Eclipse: ctrl + shift + r
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + shift + n

Comment block of code

  • Eclipse: ctrl + shift + 7
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + shift + / OR ctrl + / (here's a problem, for portuguese keyboards without numpad, the '/' key is done doing shift + 7)

Open Resource/File by name

  • Eclipse: ctrl + shift + r
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + shift + n

Open Type/Class by name

  • Eclipse: ctrl + shift + t
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + n

Show the list of available refactorings

  • Eclipse: alt + shift + t
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + shift + alt + t

Type hierarchy

  • Eclipse: ctrl + t
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + h

Find Usages

  • Eclipse: ctrl + alt + h OR ctrl + alt + g
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + alt + h OR ctrl + alt + F7

Go to line

  • Eclipse: ctrl + l
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + g

Redo

  • Eclipse: ctrl + y
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + shift + z

Format Code

  • Eclipse: ctrl + shift + f
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + alt + l

Move Line

  • Eclipse: alt + up/down arrow
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + shift + up/down arrow

Back to previous cursor location

  • Eclipse: alt + left arrow
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + alt + left arrow

Forward to previous cursor location

  • Eclipse: alt + right arrow
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + alt + right arrow

Go to Last edit location

  • Eclipse: ctrl + Q
  • IntelliJ: ctrl + shift + backspace

Debug Mode

Step over

  • Eclipse: F6
  • IntelliJ: F8

Step into

  • Eclipse: F5
  • IntelliJ: F7

Resume

  • Eclipse: F8
  • IntelliJ: F9

I think this is enough to quickly get me up and running. However, on the next few days, I'll come back to this post and add new shortcuts that I may have forgot.