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Changing the shortcut keys in IntelliJ

Joe Harry
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Guys,

Is there a way wherein I can change the shortcut keys in IntelliJ. I would like to configure some of the most familiar shortcut keys that I have been using all these years in Eclipse. I want to use them the same way in IDEA. Is there a way to do this?


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Jaikiran Pai
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Yes, there's a way. It's explained in this IDEA FAQ for Eclipse users. However on my linux system, enabling Eclipse keymap has shown up some issues with "right clicks", not sure if you'll run into the same.


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Joe Harry
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Yes, but it does not explain how to change it.
Joe Harry
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Just one question. What is the Ctrl+O equivalent of Eclipse in IntelliJ? I was not able to find that!
Joe Harry
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I want to see the list of methods as and when I type...like we do in eclipse. What would the shortcut for that be? Ctrl+B shows the list but for all the classes and not for the selected java file. In simple terms, what is the Ctrl+O equivalent?
Joe Harry
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Ctrl+F12 was that in IntelliJ and I have to check the select box in the popup window that appears. Looks fine!
Jaikiran Pai
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Jothi Shankar Kumar wrote:Yes, but it does not explain how to change it.


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Joe Harry
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Thanks!
Joe Harry
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It seems to be soo cool!
 
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