Perhaps you have noted that I added a new site to the list of sites I like: Windows Keyboard Shortcut of the Day. Using keyboard shortcuts just improves your work speed a lot.
A few windows shortcuts that I didn’t know before
- Windows + BREAK
- Go to system properties
- CTRL + SHIFT + ESC
- Windows + R
- Run command
I also found a nice blog entry about eclipse shortcuts. But he lacks to explain one of the uses for
CTRL + T: if you have a certain function you can find which class implements that function with
CTRL + T as well. Very useful when you are working a lot with interfaces.
This is also a good site with Eclipse shortcuts. Not sure if it’s a bad thing that it’s not updated to Eclipse 3.4, yet. One helpful command is missing on that list:
CTRL + SHIFT + L. This lists all bound keyboard shortcuts and pressing it again gives you the opportunity to change and export them to
.csv (at least the export function is there on Eclipse 3.4).
Mac OS X
And a while ago I found a nice site with lots of Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts. The shortcut to make your mac sleep quickly was provided by me There is also a shortcut to restart your mac quickly without confirm,
Cmd + Ctrl + Eject. Quite annoying if you use that one when you want to put your mac to sleep.