Browsing classes from classpath a la JB

Is this ability in IDEA to browsing classes in tree form from classpath like in JB (in JB this dialog brings up via Ctrl+"-", tab "Browse")?

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Do you think that we have JBuilder installed? It gone from here 3 years ago... Screenshot welcome

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Hello kontiky,

k> Is this ability in IDEA to browsing classes in tree form from
k> classpath like in JB (in JB this dialog brings up via Ctrl+"-", tab
k> "Browse")?

Why do you need such a tree for all classes in the classpath?

You can use the Hierarchy view to view the inheritance hierarchy for a specific
class.

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It's useful e.g. for new JDK exploring. I am beginner at J2ME and want to review all it's classes by package.

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Hello kontiky,

k> It's useful e.g. for new JDK exploring. I am beginner at J2ME and
k> want to review all it's classes by package.

Expand the JDK node under the "Libraries" node in Project View.

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Thanks.
But what if i forget name of some class but i remember in what package (e.g. in jdk) it's located?

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Select the "Packages" tab of the project view and make sure you enabled the "Show Libraries Contents" toggle buton (on the far right of the project view toolbar).

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