Thanks! Thanks a lot! Now it should work fine with the All keyboard keys. Are there any limits, dependencies (from a semicolon or an empty line)? weblink
awesome Swetha on May 27, 2009 at 22:03 | Reply Kannan Thanks. Thank You! Great solution for this problem. I've assigned "Ctrl-Equals" to "Zoom 150%", and "Ctrl-Minus" to "Zoom 50%" under that less-than-helpful name: "Diagram-8888", but neither shortcut key does anything with my relational model.
I had the problem that suddenly the Enter key was not working anymore. I also want to know is there any feature that will help to add more desired commands and desire shortcut keys? share|improve this answer answered Oct 4 '14 at 5:22 user375157 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign
That one works great for me in v4.0.2. A simple Google search landed me on your page and my problem is resolved. How bizzare, just happened all of a sudden this morning. Sql Developer Keyboard Shortcuts Just what I needed.
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Great, considering you posted the solution almost two years ago. Thanks a lot on April 26, 2010 at 1:38 | Reply SQL Developer – Les touches “Retour en arrière” (backspace) et “Supprimer” (delete) arrête de fonctionner […] the web » pour reply Danilo Piazzalunga posted 4 years ago I'd say Ctrl+' to change case. debamandal - December 19, 2014 God Bless you Reply 13.
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Something like "Shift+Ctrl+Up or Down Arrow Keys – Select paragraphs" in common windows applications. Appreciated… Reply 14. Did I miss something?
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One of the first hits I came across was this blog post and that solved my problem.The only thing you need to do is go from the menu "Tools -> Preferences" Saved me time and effort. Ctrl-Enter tries to execute all the statements in teh worksheet but I want to just run the statement where the cursor is…is there a shortcut? on June 6, 2008 at 9:10 | Reply breeky5 hahahah thanks!
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