Icons meaning?

This might be a stupid question, but I couldn't find anything in the forums, nor on the online help (and the inline doesn't work for me -- maybe I should do a full install instead of upgrading from .tgz, but that's another topic):
where can I find a list of the class icons and their meaning? I see sometimes a J with nothing, for java files, sometimes a J with a small cross or a small bubble in an upper corner... What do those mean?

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Frederic Donckels wrote:

>I see sometimes a J with nothing, for java files, sometimes a J with a small cross or a small bubble in an upper corner... What do those mean?

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The small cross means it's excluded from compilation.
The small bubble, I've never seen.

Alain

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This brings up a good point that we are probably at the stage where a
good Legend should document all of these in one place for new users of
the 4.0 release.

Jon

Frederic Donckels wrote:

This might be a stupid question, but I couldn't find anything in the forums, nor on the online help (and the inline doesn't work for me -- maybe I should do a full install instead of upgrading from .tgz, but that's another topic):
where can I find a list of the class icons and their meaning? I see sometimes a J with nothing, for java files, sometimes a J with a small cross or a small bubble in an upper corner... What do those mean?


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Small bubble means that the tab is "pinned", I'd guess.

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In article <19431729.1067333586118.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net>,
Frederic Donckels <frederic.donckels@acunia.com> wrote:

where can I find a list of the class icons and their meaning? I see sometimes
a J with nothing, for java files, sometimes a J with a small cross or a small
bubble in an upper corner... What do those mean?


With so many little icons, you'd expect them to have tooltips, wouldn't
you?

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Any idea, what the meaning of this red crossed file icons in the project pane is ? (see attached screenshot).

Kind regards

Thomas Gülden
Munich, Germany



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The red crossed icons mean that your java file isn't in your sourcepath.

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