Site Feedback to Help Beginners (How to Open Offline Android Docs From Within Eclipse)

by Tricon » Mon, 16 Nov 2009 12:47:20 GMT

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 At step four states that 
the offline Android documentation can be accessed from within Eclipse.
It took me absolutely forever to figure out how to do this.

For others who would like to know, you can launch a browser window
that will go straight to the documentation for the highlighted word by
pressing F2 when the call-tip comes up, and then clicking the button,
"Open External Javadoc"; or by simply highlighting the desired word
and pressing SHIFT+F2 (by default).

Perhaps an addendum to step four stating that the in-Eclipse
documentation is available via "Open External Javadoc" would clear
some heads :)




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