Chuck Hill, chil..lobal-village.net, wrote:
>You have to move it *way* closer to (or even past) the edge than
>experience with other applications might lead you to believe.
I tried a pixel-perfect drop, and then dropping past the edge of the
view. Neither works.
Watching CPU Monitor as I attempt the drag indicates that Eclipse takes
the mouseDown event and then does not track the mouse at all (no
processor activity). As a point of contrast, I can spike CPU monitor by
quickly dragging around the toolbar elements, which does work.
Thanks for the help guys, but I'm going to bail on Eclipse. I'm spooked
by how something so basic is broken, and what a brick wall the
eclipse.org site is in terms of getting help when things go wrong. Maybe
they're have their act together come version 3.
Jonathan 'Wolf' Rentzsch http://rentzsch.com
Red Shed Software http://redshed.net (847) 584-7465
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