How do I enable scala documentation? Follow
I have been investigating the Diana M1 on both Windows and MacOSX. With the exception of the CVS support, I am very pleased with the overall IDEA experience and productivity.
I've added the scala doc location (scala-2.7.1\doc\scala) at Settings -> Project Settings -> Global Libraries -> Attach JavaDoc... for the scala-2.7.1 global library. However, it doesn't work when press Ctrl+Q when the cursor is over any scala function or object.
Am I missing some setting? The scala project compiles and run fine though.
On a minor note, is there a mouse shortcut on a Mac to close the source/file tabs?
Thanks for your help.
Edited by: Sage Salvatore on Aug 18, 2008 3:09 PM
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We have not provide documentation navigation yet for Scala-defined entities, but you can use Ctrl+Q for Java classes, methods etc. from inside of Scala files.
Default shortcut to close file tabs in editor is Meta+F4, but you cannot redefine defaults in "Keymap" section of settings menu.