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Posted on 2004-04-16
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In Eclipse, under the Navigation window, when I click the Down arrow, it has an option for "Filters..."  But when I go into that, the only options it has are ".*" and "*.class"

I'd like to add an option for *.java files.  I would prefer that it shows nothing but the java files in the list.  Does anyone know how I can do this?
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Try the Filters command from the Package Explorer view drop-down menu.
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by:Crash2100
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I just went back into the filtering options for the Navigation window, and I noticed that it said "matching files will be hidden", so I didn't need to add another filter, I just had to enable the two that were already there.  How stupid can I be!  :-)

Thanks for the help though.
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