|Regression in Juno? Dragging source files between Windows [message #894541]
||Mon, 09 July 2012 14:35
| Tom G
Registered: July 2012
I'm not sure if this is a regression or a missed setting in my installation of Juno, but I can no longer drag source files between running Eclipse instances.|
Previously in Indigo if I had one instance of Eclipse running on my left-hand monitor, and I selected "Window->New Window" to create a new instance (and put it on my right-hand monitor), if I had a source file open in one window (say, on the left monitor) I could drag it by it's tab to the other running instance of Eclipse (on the right-hand monitor) and it would move the open file from one window to another.
In Juno, if I perform the same effective mouse movement, it creates a floating window with the content of the file instead and never recognises the other Eclipse window as a valid drop target.
Is this a change in functionality, a regression or some configuration I've missed? It was a default in Indigo (and Ganymede from memory - it's part of my normal development workflow that is now missing)
I just ran my archive copy of Indigo (I'm linux based, so I have Ganymede, Indigo and Juno all running alongside each other) and the drag-drop between running windows works fine. Indigo is also significantly more responsive than Juno.
[Updated on: Mon, 09 July 2012 14:48]
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