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[solved] how to find current context for key bindings? [message #1805101] Sat, 06 April 2019 05:03 Go to next message
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[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...

C/C++ Editor
Editing in Structured Text Editors
Editing Text

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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Re: [solved] how to find current context for key bindings? [message #1805116 is a reply to message #1805101] Sun, 07 April 2019 19:22 Go to previous message
s k is currently offline s kFriend
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still seems to be an issue with eclipse editor forgetting about my ctrl+p and ctrl+n settings while running.
i'll just mosey on back to emacs.
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