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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Java Element Decorations

Override Indicators

Java views can show special decoration icons to indicate methods that override or implement methods from supertypes.

To show or hide the override indicators, select or clear the Java Method Override Indicator checkbox in the Opens the Appearance preference page General > Appearance > Label Decorations preference page.

Java Type Indicator

The package explorer can indicate the kind of Java type (Enum, Interface, Annotation) contained in a Java file.

Note:

  • If a Java file contains more than one top-level type, it is decorated according to its primary type.
  • No decoration is shown for classes, except for abstract classes.

To show or hide the Java type indicators, select or clear the Java Type Indicator checkbox in the Opens the Label Decoarations preference page General > Appearance > Label Decorations preference page.

Related reference
Appearance preference page
Package explorer


 
 
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