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Eclipse is showing an odd short menu in place of the normal one when I right-click on a project (or anywhere) in the Package Explorer pane in Eclipse 3.7.1.

Normally I see a big context menu with a boatload of options, including "New", "Copy", "Paste", "Import", "Export", "Run as" etc. A few hours ago, something changed and now a right click brings up only the menu shown in the attached image.

Of course, "it used to work fine" - I didn't upgrade Eclipse, monkey with user preferences, or do anything else that might explain this. Maybe I (or the cat) clicked something accidentally.

How to get rid of this menu, and what is it for anyway?Strange new context menu in Eclipse Package Explorer

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Have you tried to uninstall, delete folders, and reinstall? –  harrymc Feb 27 '12 at 8:57

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I would prefer to comment instead of answering, because I'm not sure my answer is correct as I'm not able to reproduce the issue.

Anyway, I suggest you make sure you choose the correct perspective

Window->Open Perspective

And then try to reset the perspective:

Window->Reset Perspective
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@darenw, Can you confirm if this worked for you or not? –  zenpoy Mar 4 '12 at 11:44
    
That wasn't it. The problem did go away eventually, after I accidently clicked something else. –  DarenW Apr 18 '12 at 0:01

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