Collapse all in Projects panel should collapse it's childen nodes.
> It actually just collapse the main project's node, which is annoying compared to what Eclipse has. It collapses all children nodes, so that you can go on with.
Add collapse feature to children nodes too
> This is missing and would be a nice to have.
example: right click on node > collapse all : collapses all children nodes
I agree, it's currently not a 'collapse all' function, it's a 'collapse project root' function.
If it closed all the child nodes it would be much better.
Since commenting the other day, I've noticed that this function does occasionally collapse all child nodes, rather than just closing the root node. I haven't been able to find a consistent way to make it close all the child nodes, some times it does sometimes it doesn't (mostly it doesn't).
Running on ubuntu 12.04 64bit, with java-7-openjdk-amd64, netbeans 7.3
Also in relation to this, shortcut keys assigned to 'collapse all (project)' don't do anything at all.