I spend a lot of my time refactoring code across a very large, legacy codebase at work. Often times, I'll do a search for something and work my way through the results over a period of days. Sometimes, something I see might lead me to do another search and a minor refactoring job which is part of the overall refactoring job. Hence, sometimes I end up with a "stack" of different searches which represents all the parts of the overall refactoring job. In each of these search results, it's important to not "lose my place" as I go down the list. WebStorm / IntelliJ / PyCharm support this workflow really well: Notice, I have multiple search tabs open at the same time (which is missing from VS Code). I can cross things off the list (which you can do in VS Code via deleting the item). And I don't lose my place in the list when I edit the code (another key benefit over VS Code). NetBeans also lets you have multiple search result tabs at the same time. I
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