This requires two changes to the standard doclet:
1) FRAMES OFF
Shorten the name "Java 1.3 Platform Specification: Class Boolean" to
"Boolean Class (Java 2 Platform SE v1.2)", with the class name first so
it can be seen in the Windows toolbar.
2) FRAMES ON
This works only in Internet Explorer, not Netscape.
in the window title, even if frames are displayed. Put the following
after </HEAD> and down to <BODY>, where "xxxxx" is the word "Overview"
or the package, class or interface name.
parent.document.title="xxxxx (Java 2 Platform SE v1.4)";
<body onload=... onunload="theExit()">
To test it, look at this test file at:
Open it in Internet Explorer, NOT Netscape, and click on
"Test Window Name" at the top of the list in the lower left frame.
In case that directory is gone, I've also attached test.html
that would need to be put in a docs directory like
jdk1.3/docs/api/java/applet and then a link would be made
in allclasses-frame.html to open test.html.
The class name is in the title bar only if you have frames turned
off. However, the class name is after "Java 2 Platform" and
so is not visible in the Windows task bar.
One consolation is that if you choose "No Frames" for a window and
then hover the mouse pointer over the item in the task bar, you can
see the class name.
I suggest we shorten the name "Java 1.3 Platform Specification: Class Boolean" to "Boolean (Java 2 Platform SE v1.2)", with the class name first so
it's easier to see.
change the window title, but it works only in Internet Explorer, not
in Netscape. Let's use this so the class (or package) name
will show up even if frames are turned on.
See "Suggested Fix".
This RFE has been implemented. Location of implementation: