|Feb 15, 2009, 04:13 AM||#1|
Xcode question and symbol lookup
I'm refreshing my Objective-C skills and tinkering with the iPhone and noticed this in Xcode when I move the mouse over a symbol:
Then clicking on the arrow with the mouse produces this menu:
This seems to be handy.
Been looking around for a keyboard shortcut to activate this. Does anyone know of one?
|Feb 15, 2009, 05:44 PM||#2|
If you double-click something while holding down the command key it'll try to jump to its definition, but I'm not aware of shortcuts for the other features if that's what you're asking.
|Feb 16, 2009, 04:54 AM||#4|
Thanks for the shortcuts to the individual items. I did already find them in the documentation. Both good shortcuts. The Cmd-Ctrl-t to edit all in context especially. The jump-back to definition is also quite handy.
I was more curious about the behavior or the drop-down box/pop-up menu and getting that to activate on a shortcut. Can't seem to find any way.
Picked up this handy list of collected shortcuts here: http://cocoasamurai.blogspot.com/200...tcut-list.html
Just need a big enough piece of paper to print it off on, like A3, maybe at work.
Also, wish there were a shortcut for switching between split windows... and...
Nevermind, found it... Ctrl-Tab
Last edited by gnutz; Feb 16, 2009 at 05:57 AM.
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