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Re: [eclipse-pmc] Approval for Bug 510728 API changes in styling of tree header background and foreground color

+1 makes sense, if SWT agrees to the fix.

Martin Oberhuber, SMTS / Product Owner – Development Tools, Wind River
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On 29/03/17 15:25, "eclipse-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Lars Vogel" <eclipse-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of lars.vogel@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

    Dear PMC colleagues,
    On behave of the SWT team I would like to ask PMC permissions for "Bug
    510728 - Allow styling of tree headers foreground and background
    The implementation is almost identical to the change for table headers
    which we did in M7. Hence the risk should be low. If we do not deliver
    it we have an inconsistency in our UI (table headers vs tree headers).
    This fix is needed Platform UI need to provide the CSS styling
    implementation based on the SWT change and the css for the dark theme.
    We really would like to have this in for M7 so that we can deliver
    (finally) a (relative) decent dark theme. Also several of our RCP
    customers are awaiting this change.
    This change needs still the final code review by the SWT team.
    But as it is almost the same as the already integrated change for
    table headers, I expect no surprises in this code review. And I would
    like to avoid missing M7 due to missing PMC approval.
    My vote is +1 under the precondition that the SWT team is happy with the change.
    Best regards, Lars
    Eclipse Platform UI and e4 project co-lead
    CEO vogella GmbH
    Haindaalwisch 17a, 22395 Hamburg
    Amtsgericht Hamburg: HRB 127058
    Geschäftsführer: Lars Vogel, Jennifer Nerlich de Vogel
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