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Continue is used much more often then start debugging. But Start debugging is F5
and continue is CTRL-F5. Therefore it would be better to swap these shortcuts.
Jano, can you please consider this change?
How about F5 starts debugging and also continues, as happens in other debuggers
I have used to (Visual Studio). It does not (usually) make much sense to start
another debugging session when you have one already running.
fuerte is correct. I prefer for F5 key-bindings to have two meanings:
1) When program is running, F5 means continue
2) When program isn't, F5 means Start process
There is an associated issue #90133. We can change the shortcut according to the
resolution of issue #90133.
The reason for the issue is fixed, if there are other issues with shortcuts in debugger see issue #90133 (especially the
*** This issue has been marked as a duplicate of 90133 ***