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    Default [SOLVED] What does italicsized text mean?

    As I type in code using this IDE, it sometimes decides to italisize object references, or other words, all on its own. Is this an alert of some kind? I have not been able to get any info from the documentaiton.

    Also, how does one turn on the code completion? I JCreator, typing the first few letters called up a drop-list that would complete the word. Great tool to prevent spelling and capitalizatoipn errors.

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    If youre using the same version that I am, italics are used in two ways: in green, to indicate static members, and in black, to indicate unresokved references.

    If you're on a Windows box, press Ctrl-Space to activate code completion. Press again to include all possible entries.

    NetBeans does come with a fairly large help system, you know. Learn to use it.

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    well thanks.

    the help system didn't help me out about the italicized stuff. I did find the bit about control-space, but I did not see anything about doing this twice to get all possible entries.

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