Keymaps....

I'm going to be making a "Default Keymap Index" for the Overview... please
write all of the Keymaps you would like to include into this section (I'm
trying to remember or find them all, you all can help!).

Thanks!

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with Pleasure!"



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David, look up the Keymaps option of Options menu.
You will find dozens of keymaps here.

The question is if you want to include only most commonly used keymaps and
you are asking us
what are they?


U?ytkownik "David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> napisa? w wiadomo?ci
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I'm going to be making a "Default Keymap Index" for the Overview... please
write all of the Keymaps you would like to include into this section (I'm
trying to remember or find them all, you all can help!).

>

Thanks!

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Michal:

Good point.. I can probably just include these into the Overview... I'll
have to discuss this with the others here, to see if it's even needed....
might be a bit redundant if it's fully available in the IDE, plus, don't
want to give the impression that they cannot be changed, when they can.

Thanks,

David
"Michal Szklanowski" <mszklano@wp.pl> wrote in message
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David, look up the Keymaps option of Options menu.
You will find dozens of keymaps here.

>

The question is if you want to include only most commonly used keymaps and
you are asking us
what are they?

>
>

U?ytkownik "David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> napisa? w wiadomo?ci
news:apocpl$na2$1@is.intellij.net...

I'm going to be making a "Default Keymap Index" for the Overview...

please

write all of the Keymaps you would like to include into this section

(I'm

trying to remember or find them all, you all can help!).

>

Thanks!

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with Pleasure!"

>
>
>

>
>


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It is definitely good to have a reference sheet for keymaps, even if they
are in the properties panel.

David J. Stennett wrote:

Michal:

Good point.. I can probably just include these into the Overview... I'll
have to discuss this with the others here, to see if it's even needed....
might be a bit redundant if it's fully available in the IDE, plus, don't
want to give the impression that they cannot be changed, when they can.

Thanks,

David
"Michal Szklanowski" <mszklano@wp.pl> wrote in message
news:apog7d$qts$1@is.intellij.net...

>>David, look up the Keymaps option of Options menu.
>>You will find dozens of keymaps here.
>>
>>The question is if you want to include only most commonly used keymaps and
>>you are asking us
>>what are they?
>>
>>
>>U?ytkownik "David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> napisa? w wiadomo?ci
>>news:apocpl$na2$1@is.intellij.net...
>>
>>>I'm going to be making a "Default Keymap Index" for the Overview...


please

>>>write all of the Keymaps you would like to include into this section


(I'm

>>>trying to remember or find them all, you all can help!).
>>>
>>>Thanks!
>>>
>>>David
>>>JetBrains, Inc.
>>>"Develop with Pleasure!"
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>




--

Erb

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There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris."
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"David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> wrote:

Good point.. I can probably just include these into the Overview... I'll
have to discuss this with the others here, to see if it's even needed....
might be a bit redundant if it's fully available in the IDE, plus, don't
want to give the impression that they cannot be changed, when they can.


For me, I'm not really interested in a list of keymaps (e.g., default, vi,
Brief, whatever). What I'm looking for is a quick reference chart for all
the key stroke combinations within the default keymap (e.g. CTRLALTM maps
to extract method, etc.). I don't think there's any way to get this out of
IDEA's help system, at least not without going into the keymap config and
poking through all the categories one-by-one and writing them down myself.
There are also some keystrokes that I don't think are listed in the config,
maybe because they are not configurable or because they don't map to a menu
function. Every other editor I've used has had a help page with all or
most of the keystrokes listed.

Thanks,
Paul
-


Paul Hodgetts -- Principal Consultant
Agile Logic -- www.agilelogic.com
Training, Mentoring, Development -- Agile Processes, XP, Java, J2EE, C++

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I suggest looking at other product keymap sheets. The trick here is less
what to include, it's more in the smart way it's arranged for easy lookup.

Amnon

"David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> wrote in message
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Michal:

>

Good point.. I can probably just include these into the Overview... I'll
have to discuss this with the others here, to see if it's even needed....
might be a bit redundant if it's fully available in the IDE, plus, don't
want to give the impression that they cannot be changed, when they can.

>

Thanks,

>

David
"Michal Szklanowski" <mszklano@wp.pl> wrote in message
news:apog7d$qts$1@is.intellij.net...

David, look up the Keymaps option of Options menu.
You will find dozens of keymaps here.

>

The question is if you want to include only most commonly used keymaps

and

you are asking us
what are they?

>
>

U?ytkownik "David J. Stennett" <david@intellij.com> napisa? w wiadomo?ci
news:apocpl$na2$1@is.intellij.net...

I'm going to be making a "Default Keymap Index" for the Overview...

please

write all of the Keymaps you would like to include into this section

(I'm

trying to remember or find them all, you all can help!).

>

Thanks!

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with Pleasure!"

>
>
>

>
>

>
>


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Agreed. A few days ago, I was looking for way to print out the keymap
bindings. One thing I tried was go to the Keymap popup to see if there was
a "Print" button or suchlike provided. (There wasn't.) I'm not sure if my
behavior is typical of what other people would do, but perhaps it would make
sense to have such a button there.

"Erb" <dont@evenbother.com> wrote in message
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It is definitely good to have a reference sheet for keymaps, even if they
are in the properties panel.



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I will include a basic list into the Overview, and then I will try to create
a separate .pdf file, organized in such a manner where you can post it in
your cubicle or on a wall near you for quick look up.

Best,

David


"Kendall Collett" <kcollett@jump.net> wrote in message
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Agreed. A few days ago, I was looking for way to print out the keymap
bindings. One thing I tried was go to the Keymap popup to see if there

was

a "Print" button or suchlike provided. (There wasn't.) I'm not sure if

my

behavior is typical of what other people would do, but perhaps it would

make

sense to have such a button there.

>

"Erb" <dont@evenbother.com> wrote in message
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It is definitely good to have a reference sheet for keymaps, even if

they

are in the properties panel.

>
>


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Where can one get this reference sheet?


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agile software development

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Hi Michelle,

You can get any built-in keymap here - http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/documentation/index.jsp

Alternatively, you can generate a *.pdf from your custom keymap via this plugin

Denis

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