The text field where one types the name of the class in Go to Class dialog
could be initialized with the contents of clipboard if it contains a valid
Java Type name (fully qualified or otherweise). The text should be pre-
selected so that user can simply hit delete and start from scratch or ovewrite.
This is helpful when one has copied the Java Type name into the clipboard from
some other window - for example command shell window or other editor etc.
This behaviour may be under the control of some option:
[ ] Initialize dialogs with Clipboard content when applicable.
under Tools:Options:Source Creation and Management:...
Go to Class belongs to the editor, reassigning
Seems to work like that in NB 6.0. Close this.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Seems to work like that in NB 6.0. Close this.
Veto: The request here is to use the clipboard content.
Currently supported: the element at the carret is used for preinitalising the "go to type"-dialog.
* invoke the action for opening the "go to type"-dialog -> the dialog opens and the text in the textfield is selected
* Paste the content of the clipboard.