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how to invoke Context-Sensitive Help?


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Hi,

I have a problem with the context-sensitive help function in phpEd 3.3.1. Ctrl+F1 is setup in the IDE settings to open context-sensitive help, but when I position the cursor on a php command, it doesn't do anything.

As suggested in another post, I've tried re-mapping it to ctrl+F12 and others, but still nothing. The menu option doesn't work either, but the normal help (F1) does work.

Can you suggest what could be wrong, please?

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context-sensitive help should work by both F1 and Ctrl-F1.
Please make sure you did not change php manual. Open HELP tab, switch to Index, select php manual in drop down list, type phpinfo and click on Search. It will show the same topic as if you pressed F1 while cusor is on the phpinfo function call.
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Context-Sensitive Help not working


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Hi ddmitrie,

I did your suggestion and have played with it a bit more and ctrl+F1 is working, but it only seems to work with php functions, not with reserved words. Is that right? It would be great if it could work with both.

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yet, all "reserved" words are not well-grouped in the php manual like for example php functions...
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