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Re: [pdt-dev] Inspect command issue


if you are sure that is used only on phpEditorScope, itâs good.

As an alternative can we introduce PDT org.eclipse.php.ui.context.views binding scope similar to org.eclipse.dltk.ui.context.views ?

Dawid PakuÅa
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On 28 Jul 2015 at 11:44:59, BartÅomiej ÅÄczkowski (bartlomiej.l@xxxxxxxx) wrote:

Hello Team,

I have found some problems with the use of key shortcut for Inspect
action in PDT and I would like to get some opinion/advice from you guys.
Generally speaking, in PDT the shortcut for Inspect is Ctrl + Shift + N
and after installing the latest JDT on Mars there is a new action 'All
Instances' that is using this shortcut as well, and the one from PDT is
not working in that case. What's more after reading the description from
this bug: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=321222, I see
that one day in the past the default Ctrl + Shift + I was changed to
Ctrl + Shift + N.

As we have different binding contexts available for PDT and as far as I
can see the only place when Inspect is in use is PHP editor (we don't
have a 'Display' view for PDT), the simplest solution would be to
change the key binding context from "In Dialogs and Windows" to "Editing
PHP Source" to solve the key conflicts as well as for Ctrl + Shift + I
and Ctrl + Shift + N. As users probably already got use to using Ctrl +
Shift + N, I suggest to fix the issue by having two bindings in PHP
editor context - first and default one (that will be visible in
different menus) will be Ctrl + Shift + I, and the second one that is
currently in use - Ctrl + Shift + N so the users will be still able to
use it.

What do you think about it?
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