In the Java editor,[Ctrl]-[Z] doesn't trigger "Undo". However, "Undo" works from the toolbar icon and from the menu.
It's working fine in a dev build. What shortcuts profile and keyboard layout are you using? Some keyboard layouts have
the letters Y and Z swapped. Could that be the issue?
Ah, stupid me! I'm using the Eclipse key binding, and I didn't even think that "[Ctrl]-[Z]" wouldn't be mapped to Undo.
So the problem is that the Eclipse key binding had the non-existing key "UNDO" mapped to Undo. I think this is a bug
because "[Ctrl]-[Z]" _is_ mapped to Undo in Eclipse, like everywhere else.
I checked it out at a glance, and the following, rather basic shortcuts are not mapped to the same keys as in Eclipse,
when using the Eclipse key bindings in Netbeans:
- Undo: non-existing "Undo" instead of [Ctrl]-[Z]
- Copy: non-existing "Copy" instead of [Ctrl]-[C]
- Cut: non-existing "Cut" instead of [Ctrl]-[X]
- Paste: non-existing "Paste" instead of [Ctrl]-[Z]
- Find: non-existing "Find" instead of [Ctrl]-[F]
There's more (all of the refactorings are wrong). Guys, when you call it the "Eclipse key bindings", then it should
actually have the Eclipse keys as well.
*** Issue 118056 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
*** Issue 108409 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
From issue #108409:
CTRL-SHIFT-F : Reformat code
CTRL-7 or CTRL-/: Comment
some of the refactoring shortcuts
Please also review this user's table of 21 missing keyboard shortcuts
(key bindings) from the NetBeans' Eclipse profile:
Ok, let's track this problem in a single issue.
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