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    Default quick keys

    Hi,
    I have made a short cut key in eclipse to open a new java class with command + C though this is also the quick key for copy.
    I have tried restoring the quick keys back to default .
    I have tried re-installing ecipse but it's still there.
    Can anyone help me?
    Thanks in advance for your help.


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    Default Re: quick keys

    Have you tried to edit your Eclipse Preferences? The menu sequence would be Window - Preferences - General - Keys, and then consider pressing "Restore Defaults".

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    Yes I've tried that.
    Regards Gerard

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    Default Re: quick keys

    Please explain what you did to "make the shortcut key"
    Perhaps you have changed the system configuration? Does command c work in other programs?

    I have tried re-installing ecipse but it's still there.
    What is "still there"? What does command c do in eclipse now, (after reinstalling eclipse), still open a new class?

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    I've had to delete a hidden file so that I can get the functionality back on command c. Yay got it working again. It'll be the last time I do that.

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    Default Re: quick keys

    Glad you got it working. Please remember to mark threads as solved when you have solved the problem.

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    I'm in that tapatalk app can you do that in it I can't seem to find it.

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    No problem. No advice on that app, I have never tried it...

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