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how to change background for preprocessor conditional code (redux) [message #1845113] Thu, 07 October 2021 14:29 Go to next message
Philip Wolff is currently offline Philip WolffFriend
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I'm using the Dark Default theme in CDT Version, Build id 20210915-0103 on Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS. I'm having the white-on-white problem with conditional code as reported on a previous CDT version in message #668179, but the remedy proposed for that version doesn't seem to be available in the current version. As a work-around, I can select the conditioned-out code and get a white-on-black rendition. I'd really rather modify the background color somewhat, but I haven't found the proper variable to effect such a change. Any ideas?
Re: how to change background for preprocessor conditional code (redux) [message #1845121 is a reply to message #1845113] Thu, 07 October 2021 19:49 Go to previous message
David VavraFriend
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The coloring for Dark Theme was revamped around 2019-09
As far as I can tell, it still relies on the Desk Manager themes.

I've been using Darkest Dark Theme with DevStyle from the Market Place since 2021-03.
Seems rather self-contained and consistent though I haven't looked into changing any of the colors

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