896: Icons for Files

Hey guys, I really love new features, icons... And the new ones are really nice.

But: That icon for JSPs is a bit too red. I assume IDEA trys to show me, that there is an error... :)
On the other hand, using JSPs can be called an error... ;).

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...using JSPs can be called an error... ;).


Ah, Jackson Structured Programming. "The future of software design." I remember those days... ;)

V.

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I also love the new icons for the files...

Also, there are new icons for the +/- buttons when adding/removing JDKs.
Those are great too.. :D

--Grant Gochnauer


"Johannes Schneider" <idea@johannes-schneider.info> wrote in message
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Hey guys, I really love new features, icons... And the new ones are really

nice.
>

But: That icon for JSPs is a bit too red. I assume IDEA trys to show me,

that there is an error... :)

On the other hand, using JSPs can be called an error... ;).



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Hey guys, I really love new features, icons... And the new ones are really

nice.

Being able to define what icon custom file types get would be great too.
eg: I have .doc and .vsd marked at Word and Visio files respectivly.

What would be even better is to be able to assosiate external editors with
files also (so double clicking on a vsd would open it up in visio rather
than having to right click on it in the project viewer, and setting visio as
an external tool to appear on that menu).

Seems lke the two features, as good on their own (custom file tyes, external
tools) would benifit from being assosiated.


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the JSP icon looks like the HAL 9000 red eye. I'm sorry dave... I'm
afraid I can't do that... JSP is not dynamic enough.

R

Johannes Schneider wrote:

Hey guys, I really love new features, icons... And the new ones are really nice.

But: That icon for JSPs is a bit too red. I assume IDEA trys to show me, that there is an error... :)
On the other hand, using JSPs can be called an error... ;).


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