|Re: How to prevent resources from fading away too quickly? [message #601085 is a reply to message #601074]
||Fri, 16 April 2010 12:52
| Jörg Thönnes
Registered: July 2009
if you close a resource, it is removed from the context -- this is by design and cannot be changed.
But if you want to mark a resource as important, use land marks, i.e. right-click and "Mark as
Landmark". This does not work on all resources, though.
On 04/15/10 16:03, Matthias Baas wrote:
> is there any option that allows me to control how quickly resources fade
> off and when they are actually removed from the context?
> I have used Mylyn for a while now but I find resources fade off too
> quickly for my liking and, personally, I would actually prefer if they
> did not get removed from the context at all (unless I remove them
> explicitly, of course). It happens quite often that I have to search for
> files or functions I need because they have been removed from the
> navigator or outliner.
> I had a look at the preferences but couldn't find any option related to
> this. Assuming there is no such option, would it be possible to add one
> that prevents Mylyn from removing resources from the context on its own?
> (in case it's relevant, I'm using Mylyn 3.3.3 under Eclipse 3.5.2 on Linux)
> - Matthias -
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