Wrong source file selected after a cvs update

I selected a source file to edit from the project view, make some changes and do a cvs update, then I clicked on the project view(I make it auto-hide), I found that the
java file selected is the next java file in the treeview.

eg.
-- app
| - A
| - B
| - C

I selected B to edit, cvs update and when the treeview is
visible again, C is selected.

Is this a bug or a feature?

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I think it's a feature. If i recall correctly, I remember someone saying
that similar behavior with Reformat Code (CTRL-ALT-L) is intended.

I don't really run across it enough to have too much of an opinion on it,
but when Autoscroll to Source is on in the Project view, i think it's just
plain annoying.

"Lee Yeow Leong" <itnadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I selected a source file to edit from the project view, make some changes

and do a cvs update, then I clicked on the project view(I make it
auto-hide), I found that the

java file selected is the next java file in the treeview.

>

eg.
-- app
| - A
| - B
| - C

>

I selected B to edit, cvs update and when the treeview is
visible again, C is selected.

>

Is this a bug or a feature?

>


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