Ctrl + E—Display a filterable list of open editors.
Ctrl + Shift + E—Display the Switch to Editor window.
Ctrl + F6—Display a list of open editors.
Ctrl + Page Upand Ctrl + Page Down—Navigate to previous or next file from the list of open files.
Ctrl + Shift + T—Display a list of classes from the workspace.
Ctrl + Shift + R—Display a list of resources from the workspace.
Navigating within Editors
Ctrl + , and Ctrl + .—Navigate between markers in the current editor.
Alt + ← and Alt + →—Go to previous or next edit positions from the editor history list.
Ctrl + O—Quick outline (select editors only).
Ctrl + J—Incremental find.
Note: Just press Ctrl+J and start typing the search text. Eclipse finds and highlights the next match as you type.Use Up or Down Arrow keys to jump to the next or previous match.
Ctrl + L—Go to line from editor.
Ctrl + Q—Go to last edit location.
Ctrl + Shift + P—Navigate to matching bracket/brace.
Navigating the Workspace
Ctrl + F7—Display a list of open views and on selection select the resource on the view if relevant.
Ctrl + F8—Displays list of open perspectives.
General Purpose Editing Shortcuts
Ctrl + Alt + G—Perform a file search for the current word in the workspace and highlight occurrences in the current editor.
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