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IntelliJ 6 is buggy, I think

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi Sir.
I want to send a -really big thanks- to you and JetBrains's team for this great product.
It is great example for Java desktop developement (Swing)
I have been using IntelliJ since version 4 and I like what I have.
But to be honest, I think IntelliJ 6 is buggy.
Check this please :
http://www.coderanch.com/t/104956/vc/IntelliJ-bugs-or
And I don't know Why did you decide to support Struts in this version ?
(Well, yes Struts is the de facto but it is EOF now, your support is so late)
Maybe a JSF builder or Struts2 support makes more sense these days.
And Do you consider Maven support ?
Any way, I like IntelliJ (and Omea Reader)
Long Live JetBrains
[ November 30, 2006: Message edited by: John Todd ]
Dmitry Jemerov
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Hello John,

For the first issue reported in this thread, could you please post a screenshot? I don't see any problems with the scrollbar here. The second issue is not really a bug - the dialog looks the way it does by design.

(In my opinion, it's more appropriate to label a product as "buggy" if you encounter multiple issues which noticeably affect your user experience. If you encounter cosmetic issues when using a product in an unsupported configuration, then you could label almost every existing product as "buggy". Note that the minimum system requirements of IntelliJ IDEA include a screen resolution of 1024x768 or more.)

Struts support was provided by third-party plugins in earlier versions, and we integrated one of those plugins because there was enough demand for this feature.

Struts2 and Maven support are definitely considered for future versions of the product.


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