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Ctrl in Visual Cobol Eclipse

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Hi,
is it possible to change the key of the "go to declaration"-function? (CTRL + Click on variable)

It occurs very often that I want to copy or paste something and accidently jump to a declaration.

Thanks for your help.

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RE: Ctrl in Visual Cobol Eclipse

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I've confirmed that Visual COBOL for Eclipse does not currently provide the ability to configure the modifier key used for Go To Definition in the COBOL Editor. Thank you for pointing this out; I'm going to pass this along as a suggestion.

Blair McDonald

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RE: Ctrl in Visual Cobol Eclipse

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Hello PM_SSW,

It does not appear that you can change the CTRL modifier key used for Go To Definition in the COBOL Editor. I am checking to confirm whether this is possible.

Blair McDonald

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RE: Ctrl in Visual Cobol Eclipse

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I've confirmed that Visual COBOL for Eclipse does not currently provide the ability to configure the modifier key used for Go To Definition in the COBOL Editor. Thank you for pointing this out; I'm going to pass this along as a suggestion.

Blair McDonald

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