661: what happened to the keymaps?

In the process of setting up 661 I couldn't find the place to specify
my keymap (what keys map to what functionality).

If someone could help me out here, I'd appreciate it.

Thanks,

Neil

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It's in the same place as 660 for me - Options > Keymaps


"Neil Galarneau" <neil@codemesh.com> wrote in message
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In the process of setting up 661 I couldn't find the place to specify
my keymap (what keys map to what functionality).

>

If someone could help me out here, I'd appreciate it.

>

Thanks,

>

Neil

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On Fri, 18 Oct 2002 13:51:12 -0300, "Ian" <ilittlewood@hotmail.com>
wrote:

>It's in the same place as 660 for me - Options > Keymaps

Thanks. I migrated from 639 where it was in the IDE settings.

Now if only I knew where to put the brief.xml that I had made so that
661 would pick it up...

>"Neil Galarneau" <neil@codemesh.com> wrote in message
>news:ime0ruo73eh4b6f6kedj4k7os5ertfeap2@4ax.com...
>> In the process of setting up 661 I couldn't find the place to specify
>> my keymap (what keys map to what functionality).
>>
>> If someone could help me out here, I'd appreciate it.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Neil
>>
>

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Now if only I knew where to put the brief.xml that I had made so that
661 would pick it up...


.../config/keymaps

If you haven't change it in the bat file, default config place in 661 is
~/Intellij3.0/config (or something like that).

You may have a problem in that the format of the xml keymap has changed
much. I had to recently reconstruct my keymaps.



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Carlos,

On Fri, 18 Oct 2002 18:56:45 +0100, "Carlos Costa e Silva"
<carlos@keysoft.pt> wrote:

>> Now if only I knew where to put the brief.xml that I had made so that
>> 661 would pick it up...
>
>.../config/keymaps
>
>If you haven't change it in the bat file, default config place in 661 is
>~/Intellij3.0/config (or something like that).

Aha! Even though there wasn't a "keymaps" subdir there, when I
created it, copied brief.xml there & restarted, it worked.

What is the secret setting to set to move config where I really want
it?

>You may have a problem in that the format of the xml keymap has changed
>much. I had to recently reconstruct my keymaps.

My keymap file from 639 seems to have just worked.

Thanks,

Neil

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>~/Intellij3.0/config (or something like that).

>

Aha! Even though there wasn't a "keymaps" subdir there, when I
created it, copied brief.xml there & restarted, it worked.

>

What is the secret setting to set to move config where I really want
it?


in idea.bat: SET JVM_ARGS=... -Didea.config.path=...

My keymap file from 639 seems to have just worked.


Good for you :)

Thinking on it, I remember that there was an idea bug (since resolved) that
had something to do with it.





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On Fri, 18 Oct 2002 20:13:46 +0100, "Carlos Costa e Silva"
<carlos@keysoft.pt> wrote:

>> >~/Intellij3.0/config (or something like that).
>>
>> Aha! Even though there wasn't a "keymaps" subdir there, when I
>> created it, copied brief.xml there & restarted, it worked.
>>
>> What is the secret setting to set to move config where I really want
>> it?
>
>in idea.bat: SET JVM_ARGS=... -Didea.config.path=...

Thanks again! When I searched in ITN for "config.path" it had 0 hits,
but when I searched on "config" there were multiple hits for
"config.path".

Grrrr.....

>> My keymap file from 639 seems to have just worked.
>
>Good for you :)
>
>Thinking on it, I remember that there was an idea bug (since resolved) that
>had something to do with it.

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