Are you one of those developers who try to get as much done as possible without lifting your fingers from the keyboard?
If you are, then you will love the new Quick Access (Ctrl+3) command introduced in Eclipse 3.3 M7. It allows you to access UI-elements - like Views, Perspectives, Commands, etc. - by just typing their name. And it supports Camel Case too.
- Open the Navigator View? Ctrl+3, Navi, return
- Debug Last Launched? Ctrl+3, DLL, return
- Open the Debug Perspective? Ctrl+3, Perspectives D (Perspectives Debug), return
- Return to the class WorkbenchAdvisor in an open editor? Ctrl+3, WorkbenchA, return (*)
Another subtle nicety is that Quick Access remembers the previously used choices, so the next time you press Ctrl+3 these are shown first.
(*) In the last example the file name is not matched when entering "WA". It seems that capital characters must be preceded by a whitespace in order to be picked up by the camel case matcher. E.g. "CC" would match Camel Case but not CamelCase.