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    Unhappy problem with viewing .java files when Visual J# 2005 Express Edition exist

    hi, i got visual studio express edition 2005 which i use it for VB.net development and it include this J#-Java editor also, usually i use notepad to write my codes and i don't use the J#.
    the problem is, whenever i download any .java file from any websites the codes doesn't indent but they stick together in a few longlonglong lines of long horrizontal lines,

    i get

    Java Code:
    import java.awt.*;import javax.swing.*;import java.util.*;
    instead of

    Java Code:
    import java.awt.*;
    import javax.swing.*;
    import java.util.*;
    this have never happen before i instal it, i know it because where ever i download any .java files they are so screwed up in notepad
    is there any way to disable/prevent/avoid the j# from messing with the line of codes without having me to uninstal the J#?

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    I dont think J# can modify the code downloaded if you are not opening the code with J#. It should be related to the editor you used to open the downloaded file. Which editor are you using? If you are using notepad, try opening java files with wordpad..

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    im using notepad. well, i blame it because after installing the J# all my .java icon white is a notepad icon became a J# icon, but opening it in wordpad and copy paste it to notepad seems to work lol, thanks anyway, i just can't live without indentation thanks why i want to know how to set it off so that the next time i download its in the actualy indentation

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    That is a strange situation. I dont know how to fix it. But i also dont understand why you love notepad so much :) Wordpad or Textpad is much more useful editors. You can set wordpad or textpad to open *.java files by default.

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