hard-coded highlight color (was: Width of find/replace dialog in KWrite/Kate)

Andreas Pakulat apaku at gmx.de
Wed Jun 18 22:22:59 BST 2008

On 18.06.08 16:16:54, Matthew Woehlke wrote:
> Chani wrote:
>> On May 30, 2008 22:34:10 Stefan Monov wrote:
>>> On Saturday 31 May 2008 03:16:56 Andy Goossens wrote:
>>>> * "highlight all": this looks so useful to me that I wonder why there
>>>> even is an option for it. Enable it by default and remove the option.
>>>> gedit and IntelliJ IDEA do it by default.
>>> I had never used this one, tried it now and it does seem useful, and not
>>> immediately irritating, but I could easily see it distracting some people.
>> if only it wasn't hardcoded yellow...
>> I'm using a theme that happens to have a lot of yellow text in kate, 
>> which chages this from irritating to unreadable.
>> (yes, I probably should have reported this. bad Chani.)
> As you say, AFAIK it's currently hard-coded. TRTTD I think is to make it  
> configurable along with the rest of kate's colors. Have you filed a bug  
> and/or reported this to kwrite-devel yet?
> (kdevelop has the same problem highlighting symbols; not sure if that's  
> the same mechanism.)

The various highlighting colors that KDevelop uses on top of kates
normal highlighting are hardcoded currently anyway.  This of course will
change long before we do a release, however there's more important stuff
to do right now :)


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