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limit search results OR hide search view toolbar icons dynamically [message #714007] Tue, 09 August 2011 14:58
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Originally posted by: M Luchian

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Hello, <br>
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I have a custom made IDE that will host a numerous number of files
in a given project (of the order of 30000) and it is possible that
the user will invoke a text search using the integrated search in
the IDE package. <br>
However when there is a large number of matches, pressing the expand
all button in the search results view (tree mode) causes the GUI not
to respond anymore. <br>
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<u>Is there a way to remove the "expand all" action programmatically
and / or the "show as tree" option whenever a search view appears
in the workbench? </u><br>
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I know this is possible for console views as I simplify them with a
console participant (by removing the action contributions in the
init() function of the participant), however there is no such thing
for search views. <br>
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Would some of you have any ideas?<br>
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Best regards, <br>
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Mircea<br>
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