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.
Ctrl+Shift+I , Ctrl+Shift+D only works in Debug perspective (Eclipse Neon), otherwise it falls back to some system default binding (TAB) or to nothing.
So if you don't like switching always the perspective for debugging (like me), use Debug perspective as your default.
Preferences -> Keys -> Restore Defaults migth also be helpful in some cases described here.