[CamouflagePlugin] AFter uninstall the Plugin is still active

I'm using 4.0.3 (1182)
Cause i didn't find a enable disable function for CamouflagePlugin i
uninstalled
it from the pluginmanager, but the plugin is still active after a reboot of
IDEA.
What's going on, is it really Camouflage? Maybe it formats my Harddisk at
this moment?


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That's funny.

The Camo plugin has not been updated in some time. You can manually
make sure it is gone by checking your /plugins directory and removing
the .jar.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Ercan Özkan wrote:

>I'm using 4.0.3 (1182)
>Cause i didn't find a enable disable function for CamouflagePlugin i
>uninstalled
>it from the pluginmanager, but the plugin is still active after a reboot of
>IDEA.
>What's going on, is it really Camouflage? Maybe it formats my Harddisk at
>this moment?
>
>

>

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I believe that the plugin is actually gone but what you experience is that code-folding
sections created by the plugin are persisted by IDEA. Press ctrl-shift-+ to get rid
of all code-foldings. I think that helps.

Sascha

Ercan Özkan wrote:

I'm using 4.0.3 (1182)
Cause i didn't find a enable disable function for CamouflagePlugin i
uninstalled
it from the pluginmanager, but the plugin is still active after a reboot of
IDEA.
What's going on, is it really Camouflage? Maybe it formats my Harddisk at
this moment?



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I have checked the plugin directory but there is no camo plugin,
after this i searched the whole harddisk but nothing there.
How this can happen, there is no plugin, but the special folding
symbols are there. Maybe the Plugin Manger not correctly remove plugins,
also i miss the deactviate Plugin Function, why do i have to uninsatll a
plugin,
and later have to download it again, this is not "Plugins with pleasure".


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Ercan,

As Sascha hinted, what you see is the folding sections, stored in the
project, even though the plugin was uninstalled.

To erase the non-default folding regions, use the following procedure,
for each class you want to reset:

Press the sequence:
Ctrl-A
Ctrl-X
Ctrl-V

It will erase the class contents, and restore it without any folding.
IDEA can then recreate its default folding regions.


I put this procedure in the embedded doc, but I can't remember if it was
already there in the last published version.

Alain

(PS. An updated version will come soon)

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