I have found many related topics, but none of them seem to have the answer I am looking for.
I have been using Texmaker ever since I migrated from Windows to Linux several years ago. However, many friends of mine use TeXstudio and they claim it to be a better editor than Texmaker.
I myself have strong doubts about it. Mainly because I feel like TeXstudio has some serious issues to compile big projects. In fact, last year I was working on my dissertation and decided to give it a try for TeXstudio. Short story, it took ages to compile the whole *.tex, .bib and all stuff when compared to Texmaker.
Although that turned out to be annoying at the time, I managed to spent a few hours testing the editor and found the feature "Go to source" from Texstudio even more useful than "Jump to the line" in Texmaker. As mentioned before here in the community, "Go to source" is more like a "Jump to the word" feature that is really useful, imho.
That being said, I still prefer Texmaker as editor for overall purposes. Therefore, I wonder if is there any way to make that "Ctrl + Left Click/Jump to the line" more like the "Go to source" from Texstudio. If so, would it have any impact at all for compiling time?