The command "Refresh Running Browser(s)" (Commands->HTML) causes Aptana Studio to crash.
I have long had a command of my own (defined in a ruble) mapped to the key combination CTRL-SHIFT-R. Originally (numerous releases ago), pressing the key combination invoked my command immediately. At some point afterwards, a pop-up menu began appearing when I pressed CTRL-SHIFT-R, listing my command first and the "Refresh Running Browser(s)" command second. I couldn't figure out how to remove the "Refresh Running Browser(s)" command, but I developed a muscle memory to quickly hit the "1" key to invoke the first item in the pop-up menu. No big deal.
But with one of the recent updates, the "Refresh Running Browser(s)" command somehow gained precedence over my own command, meaning it began to show up in position #1 on the pop-up menu. My muscle memory to hit the "1" key means that I keep invoking the "Refresh Running Browser(s)" command, and every time I do it crashes Aptana Studio.
APSTUD-3205 implies that "Refresh Running Browser(s)" should be a Mac-only command, which might explain why it crashes my Windows version.
In any case,
- The "Refresh Running Browser(s)" command is not hidden on the Windows platform, as implied by APTSTUD-3205, and
- You probably don't want it to crash Aptana Studio anyway
I can't find a way (documented or otherwise) to remove the key-mapping between CTRL-SHIFT-R and "Refresh Running Browser(s)." If the root problem is intractable, but there is a way for me to hide this command in my own installation, I'd sure appreciate hearing about it.