I really like the Scope Views that 6.0 is introducing. One question I have though is when in a scoped view, when you have "flatten packages" turned on, why is the full path shown rather then the package. For example in Project view I would see:
When in a scoped view I see the file structure:
(You can also see the attached screen shots.)
I personally find the flatten packages as shown in the Project view much better. I tried creating a custom view, where I see there is an option to "Show file structure" or not. In the settings preview, with it turned on, I am seeing the file structure (/src/java/com/foo), and when I turn this off, it shows packages (com.foo). But when I exit and actually use the view, I am getting the file structure even though I created it with "show file structure" turned off. Is this a bug? Also, are the built-in/default scope views editable? I did not see any place to so such.