I remapped it to ALT-O to get it to work for me. I was seeing
CTRL-SHIFT-A work sporadically for me.

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On Behalf Of Ken Killian
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 9:49 AM
To: Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio Client
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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] how to get Ctrl+Shift+A to work to Open a Member

Edmund,

Here is what I did:

1.) Create a BRAND NEW workspace
2.) Create a connection to our test box

That way, EVERYTHING is like brand-New set up for the newbies...

And when I select the "Remote Explorer" view, and Press CTRL+SHIFT+A, I
get NOTHING, no message, no pop-up. NOTHING...

I typed in the filter: CTRL+SHIFT+A, and found two other keyboard Maps
for that. I delete the other two, leaving only the "OPEN a Member" for
CTRL+SHIFT+A...

Still NOTHING.

Now, sadly, when I went back to Preferences>general>Keys, NOTHING is
mapped to CTRL+SHIFT+A....

So, I put in the filter "Open a member...". And When I try to assign
"CTRL+SHIFT+A", it drops off the "A"....
It will NOT take CTRL+SHIFT+A. <Perplexing>

No wonder long ago, I got tired of fighting it, and just remapped it to
CTRL+SHIFT+Q...
(Of course, I had to remove the other mappings to CTRL+SHIFT+Q)

I was hoping to stick with the original mapping, as shown in the help. I
guess whenever I get a chance for my demo, I will do MOUSE navigation
ONLY, NO SHORTCUT keys. That seems to be perplexing to newbies anyway...
<LOL>

Oh well, I was hoping that maybe I was missing something...

Thanks! Maybe this is a bug with the old RDP 8.0.3? <puzzled-Look>

-Ken Killian-

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Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 8:33 AM
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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] how to get Ctrl+Shift+A to work to Open a Member


Ken
When you hit Ctrl-Shift-A you will see on the bottom right that when you
hit Ctrl-Shift-A a popup appears - showing that there are 2 different
actions assigned to that key and you can pick which one you want to
happen.
At some point base Eclipse added 'Open Plug-in Arte\ifact' to this key.
To remove this conflict, you can go to the Preferences>General>Keys Type
in "Open a" into the Filter entry field (Under the Scheme combo at the
top) - you will see the 'Open a member in Remote Systems Explorer'
command show up in the list.
You will see the conflict show up in the bottom right as well. Hit the
Unbind Command button and both commands will be unbound from Ctrl-Shift
A.
Then put your cursor in the Binding entry field and hit Ctrl-Shift-A and
the 'Open a member in Remote Systems Explorer' command will now be the
only command associated with Ctrl-Shift-A.
Hit OK
Try hitting Ctrl-Shift-A = success!


Regards,



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From: Ken Killian <kkillian@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio
Client for System i & iSeries" <wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Date: 23/10/2013 07:56 AM
Subject: [WDSCI-L] how to get Ctrl+Shift+A to work to Open a
Member
Sent by: wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



Hi,

How do you get the "Fast Open" of the member to work in Rational
Developer?

In the Key file, it shows Ctrl+Shift+A, but that does NOT work. It does
NOTHING. I do NOT understand. (RDP 8.0.3)

I will be trying later to give a demo to some RPGLE developers in
another building, and it would be nice to have this work...

Am I missing something?

NOTE: I have it work in my CUSTOMIZED session, but I map it as
Ctrl+Shift
+Q, but I want to stick to the original configuration. I am going to be
starting from scratch for Newbies.

-Ken Killian-

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