|[solved] how to find current context for key bindings? [message #1805101]
||Sat, 06 April 2019 05:03
| s k
Registered: April 2019
[solved by adding *.rc to the c/c++ file types setting and restarting editor.]|
hi. i'm trying to modify the default key configuration with some user changes.
i'm using eclipse for rust
eg: i want ctrl+p for line up and ctrl+n for line down.
i modify and apply changes, and it works for text files (.txt) but not for rust source code (.rc).
when i look in the "when" category, there are dozens of options!
some of the other commands that work, such as "add block comment" have three "when" bindings...
Editing in Structured Text Editors
so i tried my bindings with all three "when" conditions and it still doesn't work.
also, i made sure there are no conflicts, and tried with several different keys.
so how can i find the "when" condition that applies to my current file type?
[Updated on: Sat, 06 April 2019 07:39]
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