When I use CTRL+H I end up on the Java Search tab. I would very much like a shortcut to go directly to File Search instead. Is that possible?
Eclipse – How to hotkey directly to File Search tab in Eclipse
- Differences between Emacs and Vim
- Java – How to turn off the Eclipse code formatter for certain sections of Java code
- Eclipse – How to go to an error using only the keyboard in Eclipse
- Eclipse HotKey: how to switch between tabs
- Eclipse: Files opened by multiple searches using same editor tab
- Eclipse – How to view hierarchical package structure in Eclipse package explorer
- Eclipse – How to solve “Plugin execution not covered by lifecycle configuration” for Spring Data Maven Builds
- Java – Failed to load the JNI shared Library (JDK)
You can just define a key binding that opens the file search:
You can either re-use the CTRL+H binding (delete the other binding in that case) or define another one (e.g. CTRL+SHIFT+H). To delete the other binding search for "Open Search Dialog" and click on Unbind Command.
Other solution: You could press CTRL+3 in your editor, type in "file s", press Enter. The next time you press CTRL+3 "File Search" is at the top.