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Multiple rows of tabs in Eclipse Java editor

How do I get multiple rows of tabs in the Eclipse java editor?
As it is, I have one row and any files beyond that are indicated to the right by >>
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allelopath
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allelopath
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arevuriCommented:
i think that is not possible. You have to click on >> to access other files.
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sciuriwareCommented:
Yes it is possible: drag some panes to the bottom of the window .......

;JOOP!
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sciuriwareCommented:
Worth to buy a 1920 x 1200 screen like I did ...........................

;JOOP!
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allelopathAuthor Commented:
sciuriware:
Not what I'm looking for, if I understand your suggestion. With that I get (where [] is a tab):

[MyFile1.java][MyFIle2.java][MyFile3.java]
If (x==1) {
   bla bla bla
}
[MyFile4.java][MyFIle5.java][MyFile6.java]
while (! found) {
   bla bla bla
}
but what I want (as done in IntelliJ) is:

[MyFile1.java][MyFIle2.java][MyFile3.java]
[MyFile4.java][MyFIle5.java][MyFile6.java]
If (x==1) {
   bla bla bla
}


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