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When you switch to a different IDE one of the things you miss most is your old favourite keyboard shortcuts

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IntelliJ IDEA accepts your shortcut only if it hasn't been assigned to other commands. By associating Close All with

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{span:class=shortcut}Ctrl + Alt + F10{span}
you now obtain the same effect as
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{span:class=shortcut}Ctrl + Shift + F4{span}
in Eclipse.
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