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  1. #1
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    Java Run Config help

    I just can't figure this thing out. It seems the only way I can run my application, is if I click the little drop down next to the run icon, and select the configuration. If I just click the button, or hit ctrl+f11, it creates a new applet configuration, and runs that instead.

    Is there a way to tell the dang thing that I want to run my specific configuration, when hitting ctrl+f11?

    EDIT: I suppose it would be important to point out that I'm using Eclipse.
    Last edited by cgCody; 01-27-2011 at 12:58 PM.

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    Ctrl+f11 is "run last configuration". If you have never created a run configuration, it will create a new one (which seems to be applet).

    However, if you click the dropdown, and select the one you want, and from then on hit ctrl+f11, it should do what you want.

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    Yeah, that's what I've been doing. I have created an application run configuration. I then click the dropdown and run this new configuration. After this is done, however, Eclipse still creates a new applet config called whateverMyConfigNameIs (1) when I press the run button, or hit ctrl+f11.

    Thanks for the help, Mr. C.

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