Eclipse, interface implemented by classes, but the implementation is in a base class

Suppose there's an interface

interface PrimaryObject {
    int getVersion();
}

and

public class Base /* not inheriting PrimaryObject */ {
    int getVersion(){}
}

now suppose there are a lot of classes like

public class Class1 extends Base implements PrimaryObject {
}

So why did I mention Eclipse in the title:
When you go to the interface and press Ctrl + T on the interface itself you get a list of all the classes like Class1:

But you you press Ctrl + T on the method you get NOTHING:

Eclipse fails to show all the classes that implement this interface and this method.

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