This extension point is deprecated
WARNING: This extension point is DEPRECATED.
Do not use this extension point, it will be removed in future versions of this product.
Instead, use the extension point
This extension point is used to register accelerator scope extensions. Accelerator scopes are scopes for which accelerator sets may be applicable. For example, if an accelerator set is applicable for the scope entitled "Text Editor Scope", the accelerators of that accelerator set will only operate if the "Text Editor Scope" or one of its children is active (in other words, if the active part is a participating text editor).
An accelerator set declares what scope it is applicable for by listing the scope's id as the value of its "scopeId" attribute (see the Accelerator Sets extension point). Many accelerator sets can be applicable for the same accelerator scope.
<!ELEMENT extension (
point CDATA #REQUIRED
id CDATA #IMPLIED
name CDATA #IMPLIED
point - a fully qualified identifier of the target extension point
id - an optional identifier of the extension instance
name - an optional name of the extension instance
The acceleratorScope element is deprecated
<!ELEMENT acceleratorScope EMPTY>
id CDATA #REQUIRED
name CDATA #REQUIRED
description CDATA #REQUIRED
parentScope CDATA #IMPLIED
id - a unique name that can be used to identify this accelerator scope.
name - a translatable name of the accelerator scope.
description - a short description of the accelerator scope.
parentScope - an optional attribute which represents a scope which is active whenever this scope is active. For most scopes, org.eclipse.ui.globalScope will be the parent scope
Following is an example of an accelerator scope extension:
"Action accelerator key applicable to all views and editors unless explicitly overridden."
"Action accelerator key applicable only when java editor active."
The workbench provides the Global accelerator scope and the Text Editor accelerator scope.
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