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    Default GXT 3.0 Explorer Source View Bug

    GXT 3.0 Explorer Source View Bug


    If I double-click on the source code in the source view tab, it loses syntax highlighting.

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    Apparently that is a feature of the new version of the syntax highlighter code we're using - the plus side of that bug/feature is that you can easily copy the full contents, or even edit them. We'll look into finding a better way for that selection to behave, but we didn't build this piece ourselves.

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    I see. I always wondered where JavaSourceCodePanel was in GXT, and now I know why it's not there.

    Are you using CodeMirror?

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    The project's name is SyntaxHighligher, and can be found at http://alexgorbatchev.com/SyntaxHighlighter/ or http://code.google.com/p/syntaxhighlighter/.

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