Euxx: "I've been using Eclipse for a long time and get used to some very old shortcuts. Shortcuts like Ctrl-Space, Ctrl-1 and F2 are the most frequently used for me. It was convenient to open this very fast popup dialog on any element in Java editor (class name, variable, method or method parameter) and copy some fragments of JavaDoc or element type without touching mouse.
Unfortunately in one of the post 3.1M5 builds, Eclipse team changed implementation of popup dialog for JavaDoc content to use platform-native html widget (which, by the way, is using MS Internet Explorer on Windows platform as a rendering engine). Now, it takes about 10 seconds to bring this dialog on and keyboard based selection that I liked so much does not work anymore. Maybe I'm biased, but rendered content is using small antialiased fonts that look totally different then fonts used by the rest of Eclipse Workbench (not to mention that MS IE is not even my default browser). "
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