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Lock symbol in jbuilder 2005 foundation?

 
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Hi,

What doest the lock symbol, in the file tab, in jbuilder 2005 foundation mean?

Thanks in advanced,
Camilla
 
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if it's a locked lock than it means: private
if it's a key symbol: protected
if it's an unlocked lock symbol: public
 
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Thx, but I mean in the file tab, on the top of the window, i.e. next to the X symbol, the blue-red-yellow symbol and the filename?
 
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It means "read only".
 
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Originally posted by camilla sand:
Thx, but I mean in the file tab, on the top of the window, i.e. next to the X symbol, the blue-red-yellow symbol and the filename?



camilla, I don't see any such symbol, as you said...

As Sanjaya said, you might be referring to the file symbol with a lock... That's read-only file... You can just right click on that symbol and click on the Properties menu...

Hope this helps...
 
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Thank you!
[ February 08, 2005: Message edited by: camilla sand ]
 
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