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Cheatsheet-alicious

If you have been paying attention to some of the latest builds in Eclipse, you might have noticed a new User Assistance folder in the File->New wizard. There is now a graphical way to modify cheatsheets in Eclipse (Thank you Mike!). It actually makes the creation and modification of cheatsheets really easy (and less error prone!). From one editor you can quickly create steps, browse commands and link to help items (there’s also a way to preview!!!). Give it a try when M3 comes out!

I’m sure this will spur the adoption of cheatsheets so we should see more of them, right :)?

  • Abel Muiño

    Although I currently don’t have the time to try this, I certainly welcome it!

    I suppose that cheatsheets can be developed using this new Eclipse 3.3 editor, but they will run in earlier versions too. Right?

  • Abel Muiño

    Although I currently don’t have the time to try this, I certainly welcome it!I suppose that cheatsheets can be developed using this new Eclipse 3.3 editor, but they will run in earlier versions too. Right?

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    Yes, they will run on earlier versions of Eclipse that support cheatsheets. For example, it will run on Eclipse 3.2

    For example, take one of the few cheatsheets available in 3.2 and edit them using the cheatsheet editor.

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    Yes, they will run on earlier versions of Eclipse that support cheatsheets. For example, it will run on Eclipse 3.2For example, take one of the few cheatsheets available in 3.2 and edit them using the cheatsheet editor.