Seems to me that there are things that IBM did in RDi (all the way back to early versions of WDSC) that are fixed and have no options in Preferences (like default open for members is always to edit). I have a feeling this behavior is in that class.


On 5/7/2014 10:53 AM, Buck Calabro wrote:
On 5/7/2014 3:45 AM, thomas.raddatz@xxxxxx wrote:
Today I actually wanted to change the key binding of command "c-0" (close
Lpex editor) from CTRL-0 to CTRL-W, which is the Eclipse default mapping.
By chance I noticed that CTRL-0 does not work for all members types. For

CRTL+0 works just fine for members of type RPGLE, RPG, CMD, CLLE and CLP.

But CTRL+0 does not work for BAS, MNU, MENU, PNLGRP and of course our
special types MAKPGM and MAKSRV.

For sure I did not test all member types but the problem is clear: CRTL+0
does not work for all member types.
Confirmed. 9.0.1, Windows 7.

And yes, it is always the Lpex editor that was used for loading the
members (CTRL+SHIFT+A "Open a member in Remote Sytsems LPEX Editor"). I
already restored the defaults for all key bindings and I resetted and
restored the LPEX editor profile with no success.
It does look like Lpex.

Can somebody confirm this "feature" or does somebody know what is wrong
with my RDi 9.0.1? RDP 8.0.3 shows the very same behavior.

Last but not least here are some details from Plug-in Selection Spy:

Active shell: Workbench Window
Active editor class: SystemTextEditor
Active editor IID:
Sure seems like Lpex. They must do different key bindings depending on
member type.

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