Default Keymap...

How many different version of the Default Keymap currently exist? Which one
does you guys think is the best?

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"



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I've just added one short-cut:

Ctrl-Alt-S for Refactory|Make Method Static...

Tom

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I have made the following modifications:

F11 - Next Bookmark
Shift+F11 - Previous Bookmark
Ctrl+F11 - Toggle Bookmark
CtrlShiftF11 - Show All Bookmarks Window

Ctrl+; - Show/Hide Toolbar (as in Photoshop :)

CtrlAltU - Push Members Up
CtrlAltD - Push Members Down
CtrlAltA - Convert Anonymous to Inner

// These are different on my laptop
Ctrl`NumPadPlus - CVS Commit
Ctrl`NumPadMinus - CVS Update
Ctrl`NumPadEnter - CVS Diff
Ctrl`NumPad0 - CVS Log

CtrlAltF9 - execute default Ant target

(I'd like to have an action to execute the LAST EXECUTED ant target)

Dimiter

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The one missing shortcut I can't live without is :

Ctrl-Shift-F10 : Run
1? create (if necessary) a new running profile, for
the class where the cursor is, if necessary), and
2? run it.


Alain Ravet

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Gang!

Thanks for the feedback, but I think maybe there was some confusion!!!!! I
meant to ask, which "Default Keymap" documetnation (ie... printable
documentation) is best?? ;)

For example:

http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/IdeaReferenceCard

I was under the impression that others existed off site, too!!!!

I'm making an official one for the the website (www.intellij.com), and I'm
looking for feedback before I complete it.

Thanks in advance

David



"David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:b1llof$4hi$1@is.intellij.net...

How many different version of the Default Keymap currently exist? Which

one

does you guys think is the best?

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>
>


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David J. Stennett wrote:

Gang!

Thanks for the feedback, but I think maybe there was some confusion!!!!! I
meant to ask, which "Default Keymap" documetnation (ie... printable
documentation) is best?? ;)


Non-helpful answer:

I've never used any printable documentation for keyboard shortcuts. I
use pull-down menus or toolbar tool tips as documentation if there's a
command whose keyboard shortcut I've forgotten, because they're always
there (no lost printouts) and always up to date.

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"Jonas Kvarnstr?m" <jonkv@ida.liu.se> wrote in message
news:3E3E7290.9010009@ida.liu.se...

I've never used any printable documentation for keyboard shortcuts. I
use pull-down menus or toolbar tool tips as documentation if there's a
command whose keyboard shortcut I've forgotten, because they're always
there (no lost printouts) and always up to date.


Unfortunately, not all keyboard shortcuts relate to menu items. For example,
ctrl-W (select word) is only available to those who read the documentation.

IMHO, anything you can do with a keyboard shortcut should also be listed as
a menu item but we've had this discussion before...


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Hi,

I agree (but solved by using the context menu).

But there is one issue, that drives me nuts: always when I run a
class, a run/debug profile is created. So my profiles list grows very
fast, but the profiles differ only in the class name.

Cheers,
Tom

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Tom,

So what do you suggest in this case?

Eugene


"Thomas Singer" <idea@regnis.de> wrote in message
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Hi,

>

I agree (but solved by using the context menu).

>

But there is one issue, that drives me nuts: always when I run a
class, a run/debug profile is created. So my profiles list grows very
fast, but the profiles differ only in the class name.

>

Cheers,
Tom



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David J. Stennett wrote:

How many different version of the Default Keymap currently exist? Which
one does you guys think is the best?


I changed the comment with line comment to CTRL-# (more convenient on a
German keyboard. The run to cursor is F4 which I believe to remember from
Borland Pascal. Please see also Bug #9702.

Best regards,

Dirk Dittert

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Thanks for the feedback, but I think maybe there was some confusion!!!!!

I

meant to ask, which "Default Keymap" documetnation (ie... printable
documentation) is best?? ;)


I made one a while back in HTML format ..
http://geocities.com/ian_springer/intellij_hotkeys.html

--Ian

For example:

>

http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/IdeaReferenceCard

>

I was under the impression that others existed off site, too!!!!

>

I'm making an official one for the the website (www.intellij.com), and I'm
looking for feedback before I complete it.

>

Thanks in advance

>

David

>
>
>

"David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:b1llof$4hi$1@is.intellij.net...

How many different version of the Default Keymap currently exist? Which

one

does you guys think is the best?

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>
>

>
>


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I suggest, what I suggested multiple times: separate the context
actions:
- Create Run/Debug configuration
- Run/Debug

Cheers,
Tom

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Hi,

you could potentially add an application feature to let the user export
the current settings as html, xml, cvs, txt. So the user can change the
short cuts and update his private documentation. Supporting a xsd for
the xml format will (I hope I'm right) trigger many IDEA users to post
plugins to format and present the results in many various media.

Sven

David J. Stennett wrote:

Gang!

Thanks for the feedback, but I think maybe there was some confusion!!!!! I
meant to ask, which "Default Keymap" documetnation (ie... printable
documentation) is best?? ;)

For example:

http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/IdeaReferenceCard

I was under the impression that others existed off site, too!!!!

I'm making an official one for the the website (www.intellij.com), and I'm
looking for feedback before I complete it.

Thanks in advance

David



"David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:b1llof$4hi$1@is.intellij.net...

>>How many different version of the Default Keymap currently exist? Which


one

>>does you guys think is the best?
>>
>>David
>>JetBrains, Inc.
>>"Develop with pleasure!"
>>
>>
>>



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Unfortunately, not all keyboard shortcuts relate to menu items. For
example, ctrl-W (select word) is only available to those who read the
documentation.

IMHO, anything you can do with a keyboard shortcut should also be
listed as a menu item but we've had this discussion before...


Agreed... the interface is the best way to discover keyboard shortcuts.

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