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keyboard shortcut questions [message #44027] Tue, 26 February 2008 17:55 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: marc_e.ye.olde.spam.buster.cablespeed.com

Greetings all. Is there a single place that lists all mylyn's built-in
shortcuts?

Also, let's say I have an issue open in the issue editor and it's
activated. i have 5 or so files open. what's the fastest way to get to the
issue context tab in the issue editor? is there a "quick context" or
keyboard shortcut to open that sucker up right away?

thanks.

lazily....

Marc
Re: keyboard shortcut questions [message #44058 is a reply to message #44027] Tue, 26 February 2008 19:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eugene Kuleshov is currently offline Eugene Kuleshov
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Registered: July 2009
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Marc E wrote:
> Greetings all. Is there a single place that lists all mylyn's built-in
> shortcuts?
>
You can open standard Keys preference page and filter the list using
for example "task" or "mylyn" keywords.
Page is at Window / Preferences / General / Keys

> Also, let's say I have an issue open in the issue editor and it's
> activated. i have 5 or so files open. what's the fastest way to get to the
> issue context tab in the issue editor?
You can use Quick Context view or switch to the task editor using
Ctrl-F6 and then use standard tab navigation - Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown to jump
between editor tabs. Though it seem like there is a bug and
Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown don't work all the time. If you think it is a critical
issue, please submit a bug report about that.

> is there a "quick context" or keyboard shortcut to open that sucker up right away?
>
Yes, you can open Quick Context view from the Navigate / Quick Context
View or using Ctrl-Alt-Shift-Right shortcut or use Ctrl-3, "quick context".

regards,
Eugene
Re: keyboard shortcut questions [message #44088 is a reply to message #44058] Tue, 26 February 2008 20:08 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: marc_e.ye.olde.spam.buster.cablespeed.com

perfect. thanks Eugene.



"Eugene Kuleshov" <eu@md.pp.ru> wrote in message
news:fq2bpp$6lb$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Marc E wrote:
>> Greetings all. Is there a single place that lists all mylyn's built-in
>> shortcuts?
>>
> You can open standard Keys preference page and filter the list using for
> example "task" or "mylyn" keywords.
> Page is at Window / Preferences / General / Keys
>
>> Also, let's say I have an issue open in the issue editor and it's
>> activated. i have 5 or so files open. what's the fastest way to get to
>> the issue context tab in the issue editor?
> You can use Quick Context view or switch to the task editor using Ctrl-F6
> and then use standard tab navigation - Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown to jump between
> editor tabs. Though it seem like there is a bug and Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown don't
> work all the time. If you think it is a critical issue, please submit a
> bug report about that.
>
>> is there a "quick context" or keyboard shortcut to open that sucker up
>> right away?
>>
> Yes, you can open Quick Context view from the Navigate / Quick Context
> View or using Ctrl-Alt-Shift-Right shortcut or use Ctrl-3, "quick
> context".
>
> regards,
> Eugene
>
Re: keyboard shortcut questions [message #588050 is a reply to message #44027] Tue, 26 February 2008 19:44 Go to previous message
Eugene Kuleshov is currently offline Eugene Kuleshov
Messages: 505
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Marc E wrote:
> Greetings all. Is there a single place that lists all mylyn's built-in
> shortcuts?
>
You can open standard Keys preference page and filter the list using
for example "task" or "mylyn" keywords.
Page is at Window / Preferences / General / Keys

> Also, let's say I have an issue open in the issue editor and it's
> activated. i have 5 or so files open. what's the fastest way to get to the
> issue context tab in the issue editor?
You can use Quick Context view or switch to the task editor using
Ctrl-F6 and then use standard tab navigation - Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown to jump
between editor tabs. Though it seem like there is a bug and
Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown don't work all the time. If you think it is a critical
issue, please submit a bug report about that.

> is there a "quick context" or keyboard shortcut to open that sucker up right away?
>
Yes, you can open Quick Context view from the Navigate / Quick Context
View or using Ctrl-Alt-Shift-Right shortcut or use Ctrl-3, "quick context".

regards,
Eugene
Re: keyboard shortcut questions [message #588059 is a reply to message #44058] Tue, 26 February 2008 20:08 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: marc_e.ye.olde.spam.buster.cablespeed.com

perfect. thanks Eugene.



"Eugene Kuleshov" <eu@md.pp.ru> wrote in message
news:fq2bpp$6lb$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Marc E wrote:
>> Greetings all. Is there a single place that lists all mylyn's built-in
>> shortcuts?
>>
> You can open standard Keys preference page and filter the list using for
> example "task" or "mylyn" keywords.
> Page is at Window / Preferences / General / Keys
>
>> Also, let's say I have an issue open in the issue editor and it's
>> activated. i have 5 or so files open. what's the fastest way to get to
>> the issue context tab in the issue editor?
> You can use Quick Context view or switch to the task editor using Ctrl-F6
> and then use standard tab navigation - Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown to jump between
> editor tabs. Though it seem like there is a bug and Ctrl-PgUp/PgDown don't
> work all the time. If you think it is a critical issue, please submit a
> bug report about that.
>
>> is there a "quick context" or keyboard shortcut to open that sucker up
>> right away?
>>
> Yes, you can open Quick Context view from the Navigate / Quick Context
> View or using Ctrl-Alt-Shift-Right shortcut or use Ctrl-3, "quick
> context".
>
> regards,
> Eugene
>
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