Commit 6a4a9266 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen Committed by David Schulz

Doc: rewrite descriptions of opening links in split windows

Fixed two typos and used more consistent style with the rest
of the manual. Please ask me or some other tech writer to
review when you add text :).

Change-Id: I53fbd7268a82724e3ca862e7d6fcadb97899e478
Reviewed-by: default avatarDavid Schulz <david.schulz@digia.com>
parent 782e8f66
......@@ -158,14 +158,15 @@
\key {Shift+F2} or right-click the symbol and select \gui {Switch Between
Method Declaration/Definition}.
Links are opened in the same split by default. Every operation can also be opened in
the next split by prebending \key {Ctrl+E} to the shortcut. For example \key {Ctrl+E,F2}
to follow the symbol in the next split. If currently is just one editor open a split will be
automatically opened. The default behavior could also be changed in
\gui Tools > \gui{Options} > \gui{Text Editor} > \gui Display, by checking
\gui{Always Open Links in Next Split}. Additional symbols and switching between definition
and decleration is opened in another split. If you change the default behavior the shortcuts
for open in next split are used to open the target in the current split.
Links are opened in the same split by default. To open links in the next
split, prepend \key {Ctrl+E} to the shortcut. For example, press \key {Ctrl+E,F2}
to follow the symbol in the next split. If necessary, the view is
automatically split. To change the default behavior, select \gui Tools >
\gui{Options} > \gui{Text Editor} > \gui Display, and then select
\gui{Always Open Links in Next Split}. Additional symbols are displayed and
switching between definition and declaration is done in another split.
If you change the default behavior, the shortcuts for opening link targets
in the next split are used to open them in the current split.
\section1 Using Update Code Model
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