Thanks to Brian Ghidinelli, I now have a new favorite Eclipse feature.
I know a lot of you probably know about this, but this could be one of the biggest time savers that doesn’t invovle actaully typing code. If you use ctrl+Shift+R (Sorry Mac users, I am not sure what you use in place of Ctrl, command maybe?) a window pops up that allows you to search for files in any open project. You just start typing and you will see the list of files that match what you typed, you can then select the file from the list to open it. This is a huge time saver if you are stepping into an application that you may not be familiar with, or you are working on a large application with a lot of directories and/or sub-directories.
As a runner-up , James Allen, told me of Ctrl+E, which will open a pop-up of all the open files and allows you to filter the list by entering the file name.
So, what is your favorite Eclipse feature or keyboard shortcut?