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Re: [Subclipse-users] "don't enter" icon decoration?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-21 19:32:13 CET

Barry Kaplan <groups1@memelet.com> wrote on 02/21/2006 01:29:27 PM:

> > Is it a Red X or a Red Circle? The former would mean the item is a
> > scheduled deletion. The latter means it is read-only. Right-click on
> > item and choose Properties. One of the pages shows file attributes
> > as read-only.
> >
> Red circle. Each of the directories was marked as read-only. I changed
> those, but I had to open/close the project for the annotations to be
> removed. However, the annotation at the project-level remains. I'll keep

> poking around till I find out why.
> Interesting is that in the windows properties dialog, all my folders and

> files are marked as read-only. I can toggle it off, but it is still set
> next time I open the windows properties dialog. (Soon, really soon,
> linux will be my desktop.....)

If you change something in your Eclipse workspace outside fo Eclipse you
have to do a Refresh within Eclipse for it to see the change. Select your
project and choose Refresh.


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