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I can't figure how how to rename identifiers. When I click the "Globally rename
identifiers" it tells me "No multiname found under cursor". I've tried highlighting names,
as well as having them selected in the traits section.
Some documentation on how to use this feature would be nice to have.
I just found that I can re-name a class if I put the cursor on it's name at a variable
declaration. Is there any way to re-name a variable or method or package, or to re-name a
class without having to find a variable of that type?
Here's the file I'm working with.
As an example of the kind of stuff I want to re-name, go to package background, class
DrawableBackground. I am unable to re-name the class (unless I can find a piece of code
that declares a variable of type DrawableBackground), var_210, or method_86.