I’ve got two cool tricks for you today. Control-O opens up a “quick” view of the Outline View. Instead of looking in a separate pane, you can do it right inline. Furthermore, it has incremental search built in, so you can type a few letters to find methods that start with those letters. If you type in the normal Outline View, it will find the first method that starts with those letters but will continue to show you all the methods.
In the Quick Outline View, it will show only the methods that start with what you typed, so if you type “set”, the quick outline view will only show you setFoo(), setBar(), etc.
But wait, it gets cooler: you can use wildcards in the Quick Outline View and you can’t in the Outline View. For example, in the Quick Outline View, you can type “*Foo” to find getFoo(), setFoo(), etc.
But wait! It gets even cooler! If you have the Quick Outline View up and type control-O again, then it will show you the inherited methods as well as the ones in this class. Totally sweet.