Does anyone know some shortcut to switch between design and text in android studio while editing xml layout?
While I can switch from design view to source using ctrl+B (and need to select something in layout before), I have no way to go back.
You can find it in Settings->KeyMap
"Select next Tab in multi-editor file" CRTL+SHIFT+RIGHT (it may depend by platform).
You can change it.
ALT + Shift + Left/Right works for me. (Windows)
ALT + SHIFT + LEFT/RIGHT on windows and ubuntu.
CTRL + SHIFT + LEFT/RIGHT on MAC
Move between Design / Text tabs in layout’s view:
(Mac) : control + shift + ← / →
(Windows / Linux): alt + shift + ← / →
There are 2 ways:
If You are on a Activity ( Design or Text)
1) left click on Text or Design
2) ALT + SHIFT + Right/Left arrow key
If You are on a class
1) click on the name of the activity:
example: click on activity_actividad2_blank
2) click on Project
goto to java class
left click on class and click on “Find Usages” ( Or ALT + F7)
double click on result you want to go.
Have a good programming.
In Windows it’s ALT + SHIFT + Left / Right for Android Studio 3.4
(CTRL + SHIFT) + LEFT or RIGHT arrow keys,
To go back and forth in between Design tab and Text(XML) tab, on Mac OS X.
ALT+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW worked for me on ubuntu
alt + shift + left/right arrow keys worked for me in Windows 10 in Android Studio 3.5.
The settings for it is under Settings->Keymap->Other->Select Next Tab in multi-editor file, for Android 3.0.1.
Although the question is related to switching between design and xml views, many people may be looking for or interested in how to switch between related XML and Java files. This can be achieved in Android Studio, using the
Related Symbol... navigation key mapping.
Depending on your settings and operating system the keyboard shortcut will vary, but you can find out what yours is by looking in
Settings -> Keymap -> Main menu / Navigate / Related Symbol...
Otherwise try the following keys:
- Ctrl + Alt + F7
- Ctrl + Alt + Home
- Meta + Ctrl + Up
I wanted to switch to the selected
View in question. None of the answers did that. So, here we go:
CTRL + B
On Android Studio 2.3+, one can use the shortcut Ctrl+T.