Laszlo Kishalmi commented on NETBEANS-2581:

That's strange. I can't fully reproduce that.

NetBeans Way is to open the source file if it can or in other cases it opens 
the generated "assembly" version of the file if there is just the class file 
what is known.

Later on you can click on the source file and click on Select in Projects, that 
is the point when the open the project dialog appears, if the project 
containing the source is not open.

What I see is, if I open a class from a projects which were not open 
previously, I get the assembly. if I open the container project then close it, 
I get the right source code and can open a project.

> Gradle plugin does not offer to open subproject on demand
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: NETBEANS-2581
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2581
>             Project: NetBeans
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 11.0
>            Reporter: Shevek
>            Assignee: Laszlo Kishalmi
>            Priority: Major
> Open a gradle multi-project project, with two projects A and B, A depends on 
> B.
> Open dependent project A.
> From within a source file in project A:
> Press:
> ^1 (focus Projects)
> ^O (open/navigate to class)
> Choose a class which isn't in A.
> Press enter.
> Actual result:
> Dialog vanishes, end of story.
> Desired result:
> Source file opens, potentially prompting me to open dependency project B.

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