The names of classes (both fully qualified or not) are a text and they are hard to scan when they are right-aligned in tables (both fields/outgoing and references/incoming). Please make them right aligned.
Are you talking about heapwalker?
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> The names of classes (both fully qualified or not) are a text and they are hard
> to scan when they are right-aligned in tables (both fields/outgoing and
> references/incoming). Please make them right aligned.
I think this issue is fixed by default. :-)
Oops, I am stupid. I wrote it correctly in title and then made a mistake in comment :-(
It looks that you know what I meant though.
Ahoj Radime, could you please describe your motivation/scenario a bit? I think I've got the point, but just want to be sure there's no better way to address your needs.
1. I turn off 'type' and turn on 'full type' column. Non-trivial projects always have too many classes to know all of them by name (think about libraries). BTW: there is RFE to make that customization persistent.
2. Now the logical grouping is described by package names and here it makes more sense to look at left aligned names
If you make these right aligned the proximity of class names cannot be detected easily because the shared part of name starts at a different offset.
Fixed in profiler-main.