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question on package explorer with WSAD

 
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hi, guys:

If I open several files (java or jsp files) in wsad editors, and that
my view is package explorer. Once I click on one of files, I want directories
inside package explorer to locate selected file and move to the place I can see inside package explorer. This way, I can locate and open neighboring files
very quickly. Could anyone tell how to do that?

thanks,
 
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Rick,
There is an icon for synchronizing (which adjusts package explorer to the current place.) It is in upper right corner of the package explorer. It looks like a yellow/orange double headed arrow.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
Rick,
There is an icon for synchronizing (which adjusts package explorer to the current place.) It is in upper right corner of the package explorer. It looks like a yellow/orange double headed arrow.



Thanks, Jeanne. That really does the trick ).
 
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