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December 19, 2006 at 10:34 am #153

ilGaspa
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Hello everyone :)

Can someone explain me what is the option “alternate files” and how it works? Thanks :)

Also, it seems to me that the option “jump to” in the edit menu does nothing… how it works?

December 19, 2006 at 11:53 am #15237

simon
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1. Alternate files:

Alternate files works for languages or environments where you have related file pairs. For example, C++ has header and source files that are related (.h and .cpp usually) and alternate files lets you press Ctrl+Shift+H to jump between those files. You can specify your own pairs for similar systems.

2. Jump To is currently broken as it was semi-replaced with the tags window. This will return soon!

December 20, 2006 at 8:33 am #15238

ilGaspa
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Thanks! Don’t know if I should put this elsewhere, but maybe there should be a menu item somewhere for this function! It’s really useful but without a, for example

Jump to alternate CTRL+SHIFT+H

somewhere, lots of people wouldn’t know it exists :)

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