By sandipchitale on May 19, 2007
I have started to move my modules to NetBeans Plugin Portal. There you will find the Key Binding Explorer module which let's you explore the active key bindings in NetBeans IDE. Here are the screenshots:
Search based on key bindings sequence
Type the key sequence in the textfield on top of the first column to see what it is bound to.
Search based on raw keys (no modifiers)
Type the keys (without modifiers) in the textfield on top of the second column to see what the they are bound to.
Search based on action name
Type the name of the action in the textfield on top of the third column to see what key sequence is bound to it. You can use regexps in the action name.
You can sort the columns. You can do primary, secondary and tertiary sort by control clicking on the column headings. You can generate the html or xml file. You could use an xml+XSLT to generate nice PDF reference card. If anyone develops such a tool please send me the information.
You can download the plugin from here.
DISCLAIMER: This module is experimental. So no guarantees. Use the module at your own risk.