Trevor is in the middle evaluating KO IDE 09 for purposes of upgrading from the previous version.
He is loving the new “Commando” feature (GoToAnything) however it is starting to get a little unwieldy.
Commando is picking up a lot of entries from the local filesystem and these are crowding out tools and commands.
The documentation says it is possible to specify a keyboard combo that will invoke Commando with a specified scope. However, it is not quite clear how to do this.
1) Is it possible to define a Commando context that consists of more than one active scope?
2) Is it possible to define a Commando context that consists of “Every scope except X?”
3) If custom contexts are available (per 1 and 2 above) how does one connect those to a keyboard shortcut?
4) If custom contexts are not available, how does one find the specific single-scope context from General :: Preferences :: Keybindings ? (there does not seem to be a command that says "Open commando with the Tools scope … or Open commando with the Commands scope)
If possible, Trevor would like to be able to invoke Commando with the “tools and commands” scopes both active, and no other scopes.