Those icons are not in the Quick Fix pop-up
but in the problem hover. And for that hover you don't need to press F2,
you can simply move the mouse into it and then it gets enriched. This behavior
can be configured on the 'Text Editors' preference page: 'When mouse moved
Ian Bull <irbull@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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You need to 'press F2 to focus'.
FWIW, I'm pretty sure that was the first time I've ever
pressed F2 to focus :-).
Maybe those buttons (configure annotation preferences
and configure problem severity) should be in the list of quick fixes.
On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 5:44 PM, Carsten Reckord <reckord@xxxxxxxx>
Interesting. Where is that coming from? Because I don't
have it and have
never seen it before.
The attached screenshot is what I get in Luna RC1 - and it has looked like
that for as long as I can remember.
On 28.05.2014 23:18, Daniel Megert wrote:
>> Even just showing a link on the warning pop-up to the Project/Workspace
> preference page to customize warning would be a very good thing.
> Maybe you're using CDT? If you use JDT this is there for quite some
> And the button on the left allows to configure how
the problem is shown in
> the editor.