|Re: Begin Select and End Select key bindings [message #248100 is a reply to message #248058]
||Wed, 06 February 2008 16:12
| Mark Dexter
Registered: July 2009
Dave Greco wrote:|
> In Joe (wordstar-like key bindings), there is a key binding to start the
> selection of text and one to end the selection of text. So you can type
> CTRL-K-B, move the cursor wherever you want, then CTRL-K-K and the text
> between the two key sequences will become selected. What key bindings in
> Eclipse will do the same?
Hi Dave. You can see all of the key bindings by press Ctrl+Shift+L from
any editor. If you press a second time, you go to the Preferences page
where you can customize these. If you check the box "Include unbound
commands", you can see all of the possible commands you can create
keyboard shortcuts for.
I'm not aware of keys that do what you want. There are a number of
select commands, including Select Text Start / End, and Select Window
Start / End, but these appear to select from the current point to the
beginning or end of the document (as opposed to working together to
create a beginning and end for the selection).
But you can take a look and see if any of these is close to what you
want. For Java development, the Select Enclosing Element is very handy.
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