Eclipse formatter: conditional expression on same indentation level

My conditional expression is currently formatted as follows:

class Example extends AnotherClass {

    int Example(boolean Argument) {
        return argument
            ? 100000
                : 200000;
    }
}

is there a way to format it in such a way that the : is on the same indentation level a the question mark:

class Example extends AnotherClass {

    int Example(boolean Argument) {
        return argument
            ? 100000
            : 200000;
    }
}

or is this impossible with the current Eclipse version (Oxygen)?

The sample code was copied from the formatter in Eclipse, obviously my lines are a bit longer than that.


Bonus: If it is currently possible then in which version of the Eclipse JDT did it become possible?

Well, you can achieve this but setting the options like described in the following image :

The important options are :

  • the Indent on column on Indentation policy (last droplist)
  • the Wrap all elements, indent all but the first element in the Line wrapping policy

Of course after selecting the Expressions=>Conditionals submenu.