It is now possible to hint that a single line,
based custom editor should be used. I will attach
patch to accomplish this.
Note, it would also be possible to suppress the custom
editor entirely - it's not terribly useful, as
usually short enough. If you want to do that, change
the text hint in the patch from "oneline" to
Created attachment 10182 [details]
Patch to provide 1-line editor
Tim, thanx. I will commit it today. I like the change, I used
"suppressCustomEditor". Btw. are there a constants defined for these
Next time feel free to commit change like this yourself.
The strings are defined in core, so I'm afraid you have
to type them :-(
They are, however, documented in the main Explorer
I think there are a lot of string properties that would be
better off with the single line or no property editor.
However, I'm a bit afraid to make single line the default,
since it would probably break some things.
BTW, you can also pass the hint "instructions" to provide
instruction text in the string editor.
Thanx for explanation.
Fixed in file:
Checking in src/org/openide/loaders/DataNode.java
new revision: 1.3; previous revision: 1.2