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Commenting a Line in ABAP Editor when using SAP GUI for java

kedarT
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Hi,

In ABAP editor we can highlight the line which are to be comment and use cmd+< sign to comment those lines. What will be the command to be used to achieve the same functionality when using SAP GUI for JAVA on an iMac.

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Hi,

Wasn't this problem solved somehow? Because I'm using SAP GUI for Java 7.40 rev 5 (Version ID 074000040500) on MacOSX 10.11.3 and this issue still exists. There is no way to use this shortcuts, tried disabling all SC in system, even bypassing the shortcuts using BetterTouchTool and there is no way to comment a line with a shortcut. Does anyone has some solution to this? Of course except of using VM.

robert_straub
Explorer
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Hi

it should work with CMD< to comment and CMDSHIFT+> to uncomment the selected lines.

For commenting one line it is sufficient to place the cursor into the line.

If this doesn't work pleas file a bug.

Regards

Robert

kedarT
Active Contributor
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This doesn't work....

Let me know how to file a bug.

Regards,

Kedar

RMW
Advisor
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Hello Kedar,

please check with SAP GUI for Java 7.20 rev 5 before submitting a bug report.

Also please verify, that cmd-< and cmd-> are not assigned as "Keyboard Shortcuts" in the "Keyboard" control panel of "System Preferences".

Bug reports can be submitted with the [SAP Message Wizard|http://service.sap.com/message], for SAP GUI for Java please use component BC-FES-JAV.

Best regards

Rolf-Martin