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How to open java types with ctrl+shift+T instead of "Open Ruby Class/Module" [message #1741215] Tue, 23 August 2016 18:27 Go to next message
Al Bundy is currently offline Al BundyFriend
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When editing a ruby-File ctrl+shift+T opens "Open Ruby Class/Module" which shows only Ruby-classes.
I configured my system to use the default "Open type" dialog which shows java classes.

Unfortunately I can't remeber what I've changed to use the default "open type" dialog.
--> I've changed this several month or years ago...

Does anybody know how to do this?

Al
Re: How to open java types with ctrl+shift+T instead of "Open Ruby Class/Module" [message #1760153 is a reply to message #1741215] Mon, 24 April 2017 03:41 Go to previous message
Al Bundy is currently offline Al BundyFriend
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Preferences -> General -> Keys
Filter: ruby
Unbind "Open ruby Type" and "Open Type in Hierarchy"
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