I started using Eclipse recently along with the awesome PyDev plugin for Python development. Being used to the Visual Studio key bindings, I found that Eclipse has built-in support for a Visual Studio (and Emacs too) key bindings scheme.
However, I would like to create my own custom key bindings scheme and be able to load the scheme into Eclipse. How do I do this?
As explained in the Schemes help page, you can define new Key Schemes through a custom plugin:
As illustrated by the Wizard Help Page, you can export only the key bindings preferences.
And you will be able to import it back through File/Import.
As for the list of shortcuts available depending on your current context:
Ctrl+Shift+L: you can check if your modifications apply.