tried it out, some observations (sorry, if some are already reported)
1.when in table data editing mode
(select * from table)
right-click on cell does include “Copy” but doesn’t include “Paste”.
- select * from table
- click back to the sql statement
- right-click back to the results - even when click on an unmarked cell the cell is marked as selected but “Copy” is disabled until another left click. Things get more complicated when updatable is “ON” - after the first edit even another left-click won’t help because it tries to edit the field and copy is disabled again. Only Esc will restore the copy possibility
3.ctrl+enter should open body, not spec if ctrl+enter is pressed on package.procedure (eg procedure exists) (maybe exception on some sys packages, where body is wrapped or when body not available at all (other schema and no dba rights) - then spec is fine). ctrl+enter on just a package name without procedure might also open spec. I remember a discussion on the same topic not very long ago, but i couldn’t find it now. I understand opening spec is more “correct”, but opening body would be much more convenient and useful for a developer. Maybe an option “open body when possible”? Or at least, when ctrl+enter on package.procedure opens spec and the correct procedure is highlighted, when clicking on (unpeeked) body it should jump to the same (highlighted) procedure
4.formatting options -> case -> keywords and -> builtins are set to “lowercase” - and preferences => code editor => general => keywords to Uppercase is not checked. Still code completion offers keywords in uppercase
5.ctrl+A does not select anything in cell editor
6.open 2 packages in one code editor, and scroll one down using mouse wheel or scrollbar. Switch to another window in the same code editor. Switch back - the screen dispays the cursor position, not the place i scrolled to (note - when i switch to something outside the code editor - find objects for example - then switching back remembers the window position correctly)
- username@connection on taskbar on code editor buttons makes some sense when “Allow multi Code Editor windows per Session” is not checked. You anyway had to click on it to see what programs are open. Still only useful when multiple connections open.
But now, when “Allow multi Code Editor windows per Session” is checked, it’s a nightmare… i have ten code editors open, all labeled “username@connection” (the rest just doesn’t fit on the button)… there has to be a better solution on this