Default Keymap Reference Card....

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You can now download a printable and foldable Default Keymap Reference Card
from:

http://www.intellij.com/docs/

If you have any suggestions for possible improvements, speak now or forever
hold your peace. ;)

Best,

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Suggestion for a plugin:

A panel that contains intelligent hinting regarding keyboard shortcuts.

It should "see" what a user is doing (e.g. choosing the menu Search-->Find
in Files) will cause that field to show "Find in Files keyboard shortcut:
CtrlShiftF".
Configuration of the plugin will include the possibility to show a certain
number of these chronologically or according to usage frequency (number of
times since last reset of the count or number of usages last X hours), along
with a selectable set of shortcuts and/or other related shortcuts (e.g. if
someone uses find in files a lot, other searching shortcuts may appear as
well)..

The intention of such a plugin is to serve as a smart online keyboard map
card that shows the used operations, so that if a person, for example, does
refactoring a lot, then he/she will have the refactoring keyboard shortcuts
visible.

Any thoughts or someone willing to do it?

Amnon

"David Stennett" <david@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:b27tdk$gas$1@is.intellij.net...

Group:

>

You can now download a printable and foldable Default Keymap Reference

Card

from:

>

http://www.intellij.com/docs/

>

If you have any suggestions for possible improvements, speak now or

forever

hold your peace. ;)

>

Best,

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>


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Good idea!
I would add the possibility to do focus training: sometimes I try to teach a
certain aspect of IDEA like basic refactoring or navigation & views. To keep
things manageable and easy only capital shortcuts are covered. So it would
be great to be able to configure this plugin to remind of these currently
targeted shortcuts whenever the user try one of these actions. Sometimes the
number of shortcuts is too overwhelming for new users ;)

Jacques
"Amnon I. Govrin" <agovrin@freshwater.com> wrote in message
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Suggestion for a plugin:

>

A panel that contains intelligent hinting regarding keyboard shortcuts.

>

It should "see" what a user is doing (e.g. choosing the menu Search-->Find
in Files) will cause that field to show "Find in Files keyboard shortcut:
CtrlShiftF".
Configuration of the plugin will include the possibility to show a certain
number of these chronologically or according to usage frequency (number of
times since last reset of the count or number of usages last X hours),

along

with a selectable set of shortcuts and/or other related shortcuts (e.g. if
someone uses find in files a lot, other searching shortcuts may appear as
well)..

>

The intention of such a plugin is to serve as a smart online keyboard map
card that shows the used operations, so that if a person, for example,

does

refactoring a lot, then he/she will have the refactoring keyboard

shortcuts

visible.

>

Any thoughts or someone willing to do it?

>

Amnon

>

"David Stennett" <david@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:b27tdk$gas$1@is.intellij.net...

Group:

>

You can now download a printable and foldable Default Keymap Reference

Card

from:

>

http://www.intellij.com/docs/

>

If you have any suggestions for possible improvements, speak now or

forever

hold your peace. ;)

>

Best,

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>

>
>


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