Eclipse Back/Forward navigation using mouse buttons

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Gregory66
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Eclipse Back/Forward navigation using mouse buttons

Post by Gregory66 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 7:42 am

There is an addin for Visual Studio called MouseNavi that allows you to use mouse thumb buttons to navigate your history.

Does a similar extension exist for Eclipse?

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Re: Eclipse Back/Forward navigation using mouse buttons

Post by phil » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:18 am

Don't know about plugins for eclipse (I tend to use visual studio most of the time) but can you navigate the history using the keyboard (I do know Eclipse's keyboard shortcuts are pretty extensive and configurable)? If you can, then you can probably setup XMBC to send such keystrokes using simulated keystrokes.
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Re: Eclipse Back/Forward navigation using mouse buttons

Post by Snyder145 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 10:48 am

The user interface is navigable using the keyboard. The Tab key is used to iterate through the controls in a window (for example, a dialog, or the current perspective's views and editors and the main controls for the Workbench window).

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