On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 10:47 AM, Graeme Geldenhuys via Lazarus
> I just discover this add-on for Eclipse. Every time you use the mouse to
> do something, it pops up (without interrupting your workflow) and lists
> the keyboard shortcut you could have used to accomplish that same task
> you just did with the mouse.
> That's an excellent way to learn shortcuts - which ultimately should
> make you work faster (at least that is normally true for developers).
> I wouldn't even know where to start with such a add-on for Lazarus IDE,
> but I just thought I would mention it - in case somebody wants to take
> up the challenge.
I would be extremely thankful if anyone had the time to at least start
on this. One of my main complains with Lazarus/FPC is that it is IDE
centric. The IDE is not that bad, but it is kind of hard to integrate
into my normal desktop (a tiling window manager).
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