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Keyboard Shortcut

JiaPei Jen
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What is the keyboard shortcut to view the consistency between

-- a "key' that is used in a JSP


-- the mapping of the key to its value in a *.properties file

I have seen a person using the keyboard shortcut to do it; but, did not ask the person what the shortcuts are.

Thanks for help in advance.
Bear Bibeault
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I have no idea what you are asking.

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Nathan Pruett

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In what IDE?

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JiaPei Jen
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Thanks for responding to my question.

I am using the Rational Application Developer (RAD) v6.0, which is the newer version of WSAD. It is essentially an Eclipse.
Paul Clapham

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Windows, Preferences, Workbench, Keys gets you to a form where you can see all the key mappings. Of course it's possible that you were watching a person who had modified those key mappings, or who had loaded a plug-in that you don't have in your system, and so on. Pity you didn't ask "How did you do that?" at the time.
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