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From "Pedro" <pedrosa...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Assign wtkx to xml editor on eclipse
Date Thu, 24 Jun 2010 18:04:10 GMT
Greg, hi
A few weeks ago I seen an example that uses accordion and textboxes like a 
"wizzard style"
(very good of course...)
But, I don't remeber where they are!!!!

Can you help me about these examples please???

Tanks in advance

Pedro

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From: "Greg Brown" <gkbrown@mac.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 9:28 AM
To: <user@pivot.apache.org>
Subject: Re: Assign wtkx to xml editor on eclipse

> No problem - it is kind of a pain to set up file associations in Eclipse:
>
> - Open Eclipse Preferences.
> - Select General > Content Types from the tree navigation on the left.
> - Select Text > XML from the "Content types" list on the right.
> - Click "Add" and enter "*.wtkx" in the popup to create a new file 
> association.
> - Select General > Editors > File Assocations from the tree navigation on 
> the left.
> - Click "Add" and enter "*.wtkx" in the popup to add the "*.wtkx" 
> assocation to the list.
>
> I will add this to the FAQ.
>
>
> On Jun 23, 2010, at 8:01 AM, Giuliani Sanches wrote:
>
>> Sorry for this kind of off topic.
>>
>> I'm trying to assing xml editor to wktx extensions but after configura
>> in file extensions association, when i try to open my wtkx file
>> eclipse show an error (which i have check to not show again winthout
>> read <pause_to_laughs> ..... </pause_to_laughs>) and do not enable
>> syntax highlight.
>>
>> What i need to do to get my wtkx associated with xml editor ?
>>
>> Ty
>>
>> -- 
>> Giuliani Sanches
>> twitter.com/giulianisanches
>> giulianisanches.blogspot.com
>>
>> Como elaborar uma pergunta:
>> http://www.istf.com.br/perguntas/
>
> 

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