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Key: FDT-1622
Type: Bug Bug
Status: Closed Closed
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: Major Major
Assignee: FDT Team
Reporter: Alan Shaw
Votes: 0
Watchers: 0

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The Eclipse standard Toggle Comment key combination Ctl-Shift-C can be added in the Preferences for Structured Editors and for ActionScript, but it does not work!

Created: 29/Nov/10 09:09 AM   Updated: 12/Jun/15 04:16 PM
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This issue supersedes FDT-1614, where I mis-classified it as a New Feature request. It is a BUG.

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Philipp Arnolds added a comment - 29/Nov/10 10:58 AM
I can not confirm that, on Windows nor on Mac. Could you please post on which system this problem occurs? Do you use a FDT Standalone or eclipse installation?
Also could you attach a screenshot of your key binding preferences where this is set?

Alan Shaw added a comment - 29/Nov/10 07:56 PM
I am using Windows 7 "Ultimate".
Standalone or Eclipse: I don't know.
Screenshot attached as image.

If I unbind "Toggle Comment Ctrl+7 Editing ActionScipt Source" it stops working; if I put it back, it starts working again. This is normal.

If I put in "Toggle Comment Ctrl+Shift+C Editing ActionScipt Source" it does not start working. This is a problem.

BTW Why is it "ActionScipt" and not "ActionScript"?

Philipp Arnolds added a comment - 30/Nov/10 01:44 PM
Ok now I see, the problem seems to be caused by the Category, it is supposed to say "Source" instead of "Edit". Unfortunately you can not edit that.

You can make it work by doing the following:
-unbind the current command that says "edit" on the Category section
-copy the one below and change "When" to "Editing Actionscript Source"

Alan Shaw added a comment - 10/Dec/10 01:37 AM
That does not work for me.