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How to get rid of “Go to script editor” notifications on Eclipse
I’m using Eclipse 4.4.2, and I’m getting notification when someone opens the script editor and presses Ctrl+Shift+U to open an open document with it (it’s the same thing as “Show Source”). I searched a bit and found this bug with the Eclipse bugzilla. It seems that there isn’t a solution yet.
Also, these messages are annoying for my students. They get annoyed by the Ctrl+Shift+U.
My question is, how can I get rid of these kinds of notifications? I thought it was a bug, but I got another question and it looks like I can’t.
It seems that if I don’t select the document in the “script” tab, then Eclipse won’t get any kind of notifications about it. Why is this?
I selected the icon from the “Script” tab, and when I right-click on it, it gives me this menu:
I have found this idea from eclipse.org, and the problem is that I have too many “script” tabs, and I don’t want to open each tab on my navigation bar.
My question is: how can I change the icon to the (p)assword unlock icon from my navigation bar instead of the script icon from the “Script” tab?
I have the same problem.
When you open a script, you should see a “delete” icon. You can also use the context menu : Menu -> Window -> Preferences -> General -> Accessibility -> Activate Skip for this notification.
By using the context menu and than pressing “Go” on the “Skip” icon and than “Ok” this will not show again for this script.
I’ve also found a bug report to Eclipse bugzilla with a possibility to disable it :
It seems to be fixed in Eclipse 4.4.2 but we can’t access the Eclipse 4.4.2 version. Maybe in Eclipse 4.5.0 we will have the option to disable this notification (by default) when an entry is already opened.
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