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Re: [pdt-dev] Control-Tab in Galileo
- From: Nick Boldt <nickboldt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2009 00:37:07 -0400
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The default binding for Next Tab / Previous Tab is CTRL-F6 /
SHIFT-CTRL-F6. You can rebind it under Window > Prefs > General >
Keys, iirc, to something more intuitive (that's the first thing I do
with a new Eclipse).
On 7/2/09, Mike Ho <eclipse@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Just installed Galileo (BTW, the progress of PDT is absolutely AMAZING
> -- awesome job everyone!).
> Quick question though -- in Ganymede / PDT v2.01, I was able to
> "Control-Tab" to cycle through open files in the PHP editor.
> With Galileo, Control-Tab doesn't seem to work anymore.
> Was this functionality bound to another key-combination?
> Or, put another way, if I'm able to assign a key-combination to this
> command using the Key Binding preferences, what's the Command Name for
> --Mike Ho
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