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the Properties view, if the property is a property of an open edit model, it should be persisted to the edit model If it is a property of a file, persist to file In the past, some views have tried to implement an editor style lifecycle, with a Save action This can cause confusion The File menu within a workbench window contains a Save action, but it only applies to the active editor It will not target the active view This leads to a situation where the File > Save action is in contradiction to the Save action within the view For this test, show how changes made in your view are saved immediately If your view updates an existing editor, make sure that the editor is immediately marked as dirty and shows the modification indicator (*) Further show that the Save menu does not need to be invoked in order for the view to save its changes
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793 View or Views User Interface Guideline #28 is a best practice that states: If a view contains more than one control, it may be advisable to split it up into two or more views In most cases, a view will contain a single con-
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trol or viewer However, it is possible to embed more than one viewer or control in the view If these controls are linked, such that selection in one control changes the input of another, it may better to separate the view into two This makes it easier to reuse each control in other perspectives or scenarios Show that your views contain just a single control, or, if they are composed of multiple controls, show that they would not better be represented as multiple linked views The Favorites view easily satisfies this rule given that it is composed of only a single table control An example of a multicontrol widget is the Hierarchy view provided in the base Eclipse platform
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794 View Initialization User Interface Guideline #29 is a requirement that states: When a view first opens, derive the view input from the state of the perspective The view may consult the perspective input or selection, or the state of another view For instance, if the Outline view is opened, it will deter-
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mine the active editor, query the editor for an outline model, and display the outline model In order to pass this test, show that your view reflects the input state of the perspective (if appropriate) If your view is meant to show some attribute of the selected editor, make sure that, when your view is opened, it displays the appropriate information For our Favorites view, this requirement probably does not apply The Favorites view could be extended to update its own selection to reflect the currently active editor
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795 Selection oriented actions User Interface Guideline #30 is a best practice that states: Fill the context menu with selection oriented actions, not presentation actions If an object is selected in a view, and the context menu is opened, the context menu should only contain actions which are appropriate for the selection Actions which affect the presentation of the view should not appear in the context menu
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Show that the items that appear in the view's context menu apply to the selected object rather than to the view as a whole For the Favorites view, we would first select an item in the view, then select Remove to show that the action in the context menu applies to the selection rather than the entire view
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796 Register context menus User Interface Guideline #31 is a best practice that states: Register all context menus in the view with the platform In the platform, the menu and toolbar for a view are automatically extended by the platform In contrast, context menu extension is supported in collaboration between the view and the platform To achieve this collaboration, a view must register each context menu it contains with the platform Show that the context menu of your view is extensible by the platform If the platform defines commands that are appropriate for the objects contained in your view, those commands should appear in the context menu of your view For the Favorites view, we would show that common Eclipse
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