|Re: autocomplete not acting as I expect [message #712647 is a reply to message #712145]
||Sun, 07 August 2011 14:33
| David Wegener
Registered: July 2009
On 08/06/2011 10:41 PM, Ralph Cook wrote:|
> I am using Eclipse Indigo, and programming a method that starts this way:
> public void display()
> JLabel label1 = new JLabel("one");
> JScrollPane scrollPane1 = new JScrollPane(label1);
> JLabel txtMessages = new JLabel("These are the times that fry men's
> JPanel bigCourtInfoPanel = new JPanel();
> bigCourtInfoPanel.setLayout(new BoxLayout(bigCourtInfoPanel,
> Right under the "JLabel txtMessages" line, I can type "txtMessages.",
> and I would expect an content assist with the methods available for the
> txtMessages variable. None appear. I would also expect content assist if
> I enter control-space, but none appear then either.
> What I do get, intermittently, is a yellow background and red foreground
> highlight on the rest of the method. I don't know what that means.
> 1. What is the yellow/red highlighting?
> 2. How do I get my list of content-assist methods?
Have you added an import for JLabel? If not, then JLabel won't be able
to be resolved so it won't be possible to provide content assist.
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