One thing I found annoying was the non-standard window switching, which was something like ctrl+f6. The standard in windows apps (and in Visual Studio, where I'm used to working) is ctrl+tab. I also find ctrl+tab is easier as it's a single (left) hand command, whereas ctrl+f6 demanded both hands.
RadRails allows you to re-map the keys used for commands by going to Windows | Preferences... then go to General | Keys and navigate down into the Windows category, select Next Editor, and select the Edit button.
In the Modify tab/window you're best to remove the existing key sequence, and then add the Ctrl+Tab sequence in (delete Ctrl+F6 and then hit the ctrl key and the tab key together, then click Add.
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