|Re: text too dark to read [message #1738515 is a reply to message #1738447]
||Wed, 20 July 2016 13:33
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 07/19/2016 10:06 PM, Kelly Westerby wrote:|
> When I writing code in eclipse and there is an error with my code, a red
> squiggly line appears below the error.
> When I hover over the line a text box pops up. This box has possible
> fixes for my problem.
> My issue is that this box has a black background with dark blue text,
> and I can not read the solutions.
> I have gone through preferences; general and java and not been able to
> locate the item I need. I do not know the name of the popup box. Any
> help would be appreciated.
I'm assuming you're running Eclipse on Linux. I've not seen this problem
on Windows. In my experience, there are two answers to this and
sometimes, in the past, I've needed both.
First, you might investigate a different appearance scheme for whatever
windowing you're using on your desktop. Clearlooks was a good choice for
me years ago. As I moved a few years ago to Linux Mint, this hasn't been
Second, go to Help -> Eclipse Marketplace, search for Eclipse Color
Theme and install it. Pick a scheme and see if this doesn't improve the
Best of luck.
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