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Is it just me that i find disturbing the fact that the "mark occurrences" feature doesn't work in eclipse for the Vaadin Editor? Is there a workaround? (I am a NetBeans user trying to adapt...) I want to use the Vaadin Editor (that's why i try to work in Eclipse).
I'm experiencing the same issue now with Vaadin 7 (Eclipse Kepler and Vaadin plugin 2.2). When I open CustomComponent classes in the Vaadin Editor variables aren't automatically highlighted when selected, this makes navigating the code very difficult. I find myself reopening classes in the normal Java editor every time I need to make manual code changes. Additionally the Vaadin editor doesn't show line numbers in the bottom info bar which makes debugging from a stack trace difficult. Any chances these issues will be fixed soon?