Unlike "Select Document Node in -> FileSystems"
"Select Document Node in -> Project" does NOT
transfer the focus to the project view although it
is being highlighted, which is annoying since you
have to use the mouse in order to navigate through
the Project View.
the same happens when you just switch to Project tab. Focus is
'somewhere' and you need one more click into tree to start navigation
changing summary to express better what's about.
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in build 20040613 switching to projects tab doesn't work at all.
it works for j2se project type, is not working for netbeans project
(apisupport) type where it's not implemented -> works for the
the current 4.0 projects tab is a different component than the 3.6
projects tab so the issue got fixed during the rewrite probably. All
components beaving the same way now (Projects/Files/Favourites/Versioning)
actually after fixing #41681 it should not happen at all. please try
in to verify in builds after 4/8/2004.
Closed. It's too old.
I use the 4.1 IDE and it's still there. Maybe it is not in the latest build
which I haven't tried. I can reproduce it as follows:
In SDI mode, I am in the Explorer window, full screen.
When I Use [Alt+arrow] to switch between tabs, then the highlighted tree nodes
cannot get focus with the keyboard unless I click on them once again with the
mouse. The bug is in the Files and the Project tabs but not in the Favorite and
Yes, confirmed, scenario from user bht is fully reproductible. Passing to
projects, where Projects and Files components belong.
Dafe, is there some documented code snippet you need to use in your TC impl to
make this work correctly? If so, does the TC impl template in apisupport/project
do it correctly? If not, could you file a bug report with details to correct it?
Should be fixed in the trunk:
Checking in src/org/netbeans/modules/project/ui/ProjectTab.java;
new revision: 1.29; previous revision: 1.28
So you're supposed to override *both* requestFocus() and requestFocusInWindow()?
yes. requestfocus is used in sdi and RFInWindow is used in mdi.
actually it's qute convenienet that the bug was fixed now, as I figured that the
only workaround for #60235 to work on macosx in 1.5 is to call requestFocus()
instead of requestFocusInWindow
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