Pressing Ctrl+Shift+I in Windows 7 results in a Tab character being inserted, regardless of the application. Since it conflicts with the default "Inspect" key binding in Eclipse, I would like to remove it. Is it possible?
First, I am typing this with Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 64-bit.
Next, CTRL+SHIFT+I is not listed as a keyboard shortcut for Windows (that KB applies to Windows 7).
So I tested it out in Notepad. Sure enough, CTRL+SHIFT+I inserted a tab. I came back to Chrome and tried it. On most pages CTRL+SHIFT+I bring up the development tools. In this very text box, it italicized my text.
Odd. CTRL+I is a standard italicizing short cut. So I tried CTRL+I, and sure enough italics (good work Stack Exchange Team!). Back in the rest of Chrome, CTRL+I appears to do nothing. Back in notepad, CTRL+I inserts a tab.
Interesting. Other places to try CTRL+SHIFT+I: The Run dialog (Start -> Run, or Win+R). Nothing. Windows Explorer (Win+E). Nothing as well.
Based on this I don't feel it's a case of Windows conflicting with Eclipse, rather I would suggest checking Eclipse to see if the key binding for CTRL+SHIFT+I is present.