Jannikh wrote:I updated to latest RCP Developer (same release but different release date?). That didn't solve it.
Jannikh wrote:1: can I instantiate an object with a constructor which takes arguments? Just like the FormToolKit automatically gets Display.getCurrent() as an argument.
Jannikh wrote:2: When I have a get method which takes an arguement, can I get a dropdown in the properties view filled in with the already instantiated objects of the relevant type (in this case the FormToolkit object I've already created).
Jannikh wrote:Hi again,
I've updated to the latest swt designer but the result is the same. The dropdown has a size of what looks like 5 or 6 but it is empty. I've made sure that the FormToolkit that I want to show up in the dropdown has class scope, but it doesn't make any difference. It is still empty.
Jannikh wrote:yes, please find attached zip file. Viewpart class is Test.java and the bean class is GUIUtil.java. I've included a screenshot of the properties view with the empty dropdown opened.
Jannikh wrote:I'm using version 188.8.131.52808032103 for Eclipse 3.4
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