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Ctrl+AWESOME

Maybe I’m late to the game on this one, but I have discovered the greatest Eclipse thing since Ctrl+Shift+T, apparently, if you do a Ctrl+E (thanks Boris), you get a pop-up with just about everything you care about. It’s hard to explain, just do it 🙂

  • Daniel Spiewak

    Yeah, there was some EclipseZone discussion about that. I think it’s pretty cool, though the performance could be a bit snappier.

  • Daniel Spiewak

    Yeah, there was some EclipseZone discussion about that. I think it’s pretty cool, though the performance could be a bit snappier.

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    awesome, maybe you can post a link later?

    I almost fell to the floor today when I discovered CTRL+Awesome

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    awesome, maybe you can post a link later?I almost fell to the floor today when I discovered CTRL+Awesome

  • Eugene

    I have mixed feelings about this dialog. The problem I have with this is that it does not resolve any particular issue, but actually made editor navigation (which is used to be at Ctrl-E) worse.

    From the navigation point of view I created an issue 169462.

  • Eugene

    I have mixed feelings about this dialog. The problem I have with this is that it does not resolve any particular issue, but actually made editor navigation (which is used to be at Ctrl-E) worse.From the navigation point of view I created an issue 169462.

  • Anonymous

    I too am not sure what problem this feature is supposed to solve, nor what it provides that it would make someone fall to the floor.

    It seems that all it does is show the content of the extension registry for certain UI extension points, and it uses a filtered tree to display the information.

    Is there more to it than that?

    On a different note, is ctrl+E the only way you can access it? No menu item?

  • Anonymous

    I too am not sure what problem this feature is supposed to solve, nor what it provides that it would make someone fall to the floor.It seems that all it does is show the content of the extension registry for certain UI extension points, and it uses a filtered tree to display the information.Is there more to it than that?On a different note, is ctrl+E the only way you can access it? No menu item?

  • Anonymous

    I think the intention of this feature should be seen more in this sense.

    Just try to work this way – wow – no more Ctrl+Alt+Shift+F,O,O to remember. Instead just write down what you want to do. A complete new user experience. I love it!

  • Anonymous

    I think the intention of this feature should be seen more in this sense. Just try to work this way – wow – no more Ctrl+Alt+Shift+F,O,O to remember. Instead just write down what you want to do. A complete new user experience. I love it!