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Re: Help for eclipse

From: Rusi
Subject: Re: Help for eclipse
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 19:12:34 -0700 (PDT)
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On Wednesday, June 11, 2014 8:25:52 AM UTC+5:30, adrians wrote:

> Emanuel, so based on your extensive experience with Eclipse it's a
> total pain?  Right. I can tell you from having used if for a heck of
> a lot longer than you used it for that, configured with the proper
> settings, it can be significantly snappier than Emacs - at least
> under Windows. In fact the general clunkiness of Emacs' scrolling
> still bothers the heck out of me. As for which of these two
> environments is easier to get accustomed to for someone new to them,
> please don't suggest that it's Emacs. For years now, Eclipse has had
> straightforward UI discoverability through the use of Ctrl-3 which
> allows you to search through all commands, views, menus, etc., from
> one spot.

Thanks Adrians for Ctrl-3.

I always have the impression that eclipse is a very powerful system.
And get completely lost finding my way round.

Do you have any suggestions for a beginner?  Where/how to find help?
My main current interest is html-css linkage

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