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Re: [Subclipse-users] Icon badge color

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-02 21:16:25 CEST

"Carl Manaster" <carl.manaster@gmail.com> wrote on 09/02/2006 01:40:40 PM:

> This is a very minor cosmetic issue, but I noticed it and I know you
> can't do anything about it if nobody has called it to your attention.
> I checked the bug list for "icon" and got no results, so evidently
> it's new.
> The issue is this: the repository badge for a file that is in synch
> with the repository, the yellowish cylinder, is approximately the same
> color as the "yield sign" badge that Eclipse puts on code files with
> compiler warnings. I'm used to glancing up at my Package Explorer to
> make a quick check that all my code is clean, and when I'm using
> subclipse that isn't effective any more because all my files look like
> they have warnings unless I look closely. So I'd appreciate it if you
> would change the badge color. Obviously red is out; maybe blue would
> be good? Thanks.

Those icons are somewhat of a standard. We are using the same ones as the
CVS component for consistency. You might raise the issue with Eclipse and
see what they say. The icon is in a different location than the compiler
icons, so I would imagine that most people do not feel confused by it.

I also believe the decorator preferences would let you selectively turn
off some or all of the icons.


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