Keybindings for the panels
Submitted by Yotam Nachum
Created attachment 363826 A screenshot of plotinus in gedit
Currently I couldn't find a way to jump between panels, there is more than one way to do it, so I checked several options:
PyCharm and probably the rest of JetBrains IDEs allow users to jump to the panels with cmd + number. The numbeer is shown before the name of the panel, for example 4: Run. They don't have a shortcut for all the panels (probably too much) but you can still jump to those panel with cmd + shift + a (search all the actions in the IDE), the closest thing to that in GTK+ is plotinus0.
Visual Studio Code is another option that I looked at. You can jump to the panels with keyboard shortcuts that can be seen with mouse hover or be guessed (ctrl + shift + e for explorer, ctrl + shift + d for debugger, ctrl + shift + f for search). When you are inside a panel you can tab a lot of times to move like a web browser but I don't think this is a good UX. They also have search all actions options.
Eclipse have a weird way of doing it, you can move between panels with ctrl + f7 and ctrl + shift + f7. It's better than nothing but like alt + tab it make you click it a lot of times if you need something that is far in the list.
What I conclude from that is a search actions options with some keyboard shortcuts (doesn't matter that much) would be best but I'm not sure what is easier or harder to implement.