1) Start editing Memory View application.
2) Open editor window with Memory View while debugging is going on.
3) Choose Breakpoints tab in Debugger Window.
4) Click on the Breakpoints node with the right mouse button and select New Breakpoint... from the popup menu.
5) Enter examples.advanced.MemoryView as Class name parameter and 104 as Line number parameter.
6) Click OK.
The new breakpoint appears in Breakpoints list in Debugger window but the line is not highlighted in the text editor.
If you now press Ctrl+F8 on the line in the text editor, the line is highlighted and the breakpoint still exists. If you press Ctrl+F8 again, breakpoint seems to disappear but the application still st
ops on it (in JPDA debugger, in the old debugger the breakpoint is really deleted).
Priority is changed to P4 (normal).
Resolved for 3.4.x or earlier, no new info since then -> closing.