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IDEA Navigation in Eclipse

Xiao Ming
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Joined: Aug 27, 2004
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In IDEA, we have very convenient shortcut for
1) Navigation to a class� source code by its name (Ctrl + N)
2) Navigation to a file by its name (Ctrl + Shift + N)

Wondering whether there are any same shortcuts found in Eclipse?
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In Eclipse 2.1,

1) ctrl + shift + T
2) ctrl + shirt + R.
Xiao Ming
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Thanks Jeanne Boyarsky.
[ August 27, 2004: Message edited by: Xiao Ming ]
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Xiao,
Your welcome. And thanks for changing your display name.
Nira Shavitt
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great! I was looking for those key bindings too.

CRTL+Shift+T - doesn't work in Eclipse 3.0, right? What else?
CRTL+Shift+R - works fine.

Nira Shavitt.
Ilja Preuss
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Originally posted by Nira Shavitt:
CRTL+Shift+T - doesn't work in Eclipse 3.0, right? What else?


Works for me.


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Xiao Ming
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Try F3 instead.

It will go straight to the declaration just like [Ctrl N] in IDEA.
 
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