Until now the only way to decompile is to press Ctrl+Shift+T and then browse for the class file..
Isn't there any way to just browse for the class file in the Navigator view, or by clicking File->Open File??
The Navigator view works for me. However File->Open File results in an error. I will create a bug report.
I think it is only possible to decompile class files in jar archives. This works fine. I could not make JADclipse work on pure *.class files.
I mean: Put your example class in a jar file and add it to the project as external jar. Then it should work. It's curious.
It also seems that it works fine if the class file is within a package. If the file is located in no package, it is not working on my machine.
I hope it helps you!
Same problem and wame workaround with Eclipse 3.2 final.
CTRL + SHIFT + T does nothing for me in Eclipse 3.2 final; and clicking on a .class file just opens the default classfile viewer while I have jadclipse as default.
I was having the same problem trying to view .class files in the Navigation view, but I realized I could decompile and view them just fine in the Package Explorer view.