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Re: [pdt-dev] Switch to Hierarchical View

In the PHP Explorer, there is an arrow pointing downward (just under the minimize/maximize buttons for PHP Explorer)

Click that button to get the menu.


On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 18:45, Robert Kajic <robert@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I just installed PDT 2.0 and I have been trying to switch to the old
Hierarchical View for almost an hour now. Bellow I have included
Finjon Kiang's question about the same issue. He even got an answer
but I can't seem able to find "Menu->Package
Presentation->Hierarchical". I would be very grateful if someone could
point me to where I can make the switch.
Robert Kajic

On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 4:33 PM, Michael Spector <spektom@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hi,
> Please try to switch to Hierarchical View (Menu->Package
> Presentation->Hierarchical), and see whether it helps.
> Thanks!
> On 6/14/08, Finjon Kiang <kiange@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Sorry for my poor English. ^^||
>> When the first time I open an existing project in N20080612, it took
>> some time to load PHP Explorer. Then I found it extending all
>> sub-folders recursively. For example.
>> In the past the folders in PHP Explorer looked like:
>> folder1
>> |--subfolder2
>> |--subfolder3
>> ---|--subsubfolder4
>> ---|--subsubfolder5
>> In the new PHP Explorer, it looked like:
>> folder1
>> folder1/subfolder2
>> folder1/subfolder3
>> folder1/subfolder3/subsubfolder4
>> folder1/subfolder3/subsubfolder5
>> In the past one, I could extend the node of folders tree when I need.
>> But in the new one, all folders are extended by default and can't be
>> collapsed. It make the list too long to read.
>> --
>> Finjon Kiang
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