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ctrl-h sometimes stops working in Eclipse 3.2 with MyEclipseIDE 5

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In Eclipse 3.2 with MyEclipseIDE 5, sometimes ctrl-h (multi-file search) stops working. If I quick eclipse and start it again then ctrl-h is working again.

I haven't noticed this problem with any other key binding. Has anyone else had this problem? Is there a fix?
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Mayank S earned 2000 total points
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Sounds like a bug - maybe you should report it.
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