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Posted on 2011-09-30
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In Eclipse, Outline view for a java file. I click the pull down upside-down triangle in the upper right of the Outline tab page.
I select "Filters ..."
I check the box "Import declarations", then OK.
The import declarations are no longer displayed, which is what I want.
However, I have to do this for *every* file.
How can I do this once and have it apply to all java files?
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I browsed through Eclipse options, preferences, etc. (and internet),
but unfortunately could not find the way to do it for more than one java file at a time
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Agreed. There is nothing in the preferences that I have ever seen to control this. There are some ways to hide elements of package explorer, but nothing for the Outline window, unfortunately. Sorry.
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What a pain.
Thanks.
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