Goto Next/Prev Splitter w/o Pop-up?

Hi,

In IDEA 9.0, the "Goto Next Splitter" and "Goto Prevoius Splitter" commands when chosen from the Window menu simply go to the next or previous splitter. But when activated via keyboard bindings, then pop-up a selector that shows the open tabs in one column and "Ant Build," "Changes," "Commander," "Maven Projects," "Project," "Structure" and "TODO" in another column.

In IDEA 8.0 the behavior was the same (no pop-up) whether the command was activated with the keyboard or with the menu.

Is there a way to prevent IDEA 9.0 from poping up the selector and just switch to the next / previous splitter upon activation of the keyboard sequence bound to those commands?


Randall Schulz

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Hello Randall,

You can go to Settings | Keymap and remap the Ctrl-Tab and Ctrl-Shift-Tab
keys from the "Switcher" action to "Goto Next Splitter" and "Goto Previous
Splitter".

In IDEA 9.0, the "Goto Next Splitter" and "Goto Prevoius Splitter"
commands when chosen from the Window menu simply go to the next or
previous splitter. But when activated via keyboard bindings, then
pop-up a selector that shows the open tabs in one column and "Ant
Build," "Changes," "Commander," "Maven Projects," "Project,"
"Structure" and "TODO" in another column.

In IDEA 8.0 the behavior was the same (no pop-up) whether the command
was activated with the keyboard or with the menu.

Is there a way to prevent IDEA 9.0 from poping up the selector and
just switch to the next / previous splitter upon activation of the
keyboard sequence bound to those commands?


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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
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yole wrote:

Hello Randall,

You can go to Settings | Keymap and remap the Ctrl-Tab and Ctrl-Shift-Tab
keys from the "Switcher" action to "Goto Next Splitter" and "Goto Previous
Splitter".

--
Dmitry Jemerov


That's what I did. That's what causes the pop-up.

However, I see now that IDEA did not warn me that CTRL-TAB was already assigned to Switcher nor did it remove CTRL-TAB from Switcher, leaving both shortcuts in place with Switcher winning out, apparently.


Randall Schulz

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