Right click on any "client" package from an existing GWT/Java project in the Package explorer
Select the Google Web Toolkit --> Composite menu item.
Enter a valid Composite class name ("Blah" in my example) and click enter.
Class is created and the source file comes up like this:
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public class Blah extends Composite
[I left out the package statement...].
So far so good. Then I click the "Design" tab to switch to the WYSIWYG editor and I get the following:
One thing that looks odd is it doesn't look like my GWT Designer is licensed. But when I go to Window...Preferences and drill down to Designer and License, I see that my current license is valid for another 205 days left in support.
My Eclipse version is 18.104.22.168 build id: M20071023-1652. I have a co-worker that just installed Eclipse and a trial copy of GWTDesigner 4.0.0 on her new laptop and she is seeing the exact same thing.