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  • Posted a comment on ticket #268 on LXDE - Lightweight X Desktop Environment

    I have now noticed something else with shortcuts: If a shortcut is created after changes were made to the related start menu entry another change will cause that the shortcut will map to these changes while a shortcut created before changes were made to the related start menu entry will not. So there is a small inconsistent behavior.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1200 on Scintilla

    Is it really so much darker so it would be an issue (as I have a hard time to imagine why this should make troubles)?. But the current state with 90% isn't the holy grail too. Are there other options that might be able to solve this issue (like a dark separation line - but I'm not sure about it)?

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1200 on Scintilla

    Is it really so much darker so it would be an issue (as I have a hard time to imagine why this should make troubles)?. But the current state with 90% isn't the holy grail too. Are there other options that might be able to solve this issue (like a dark separation line - but I'm not sure about it)?

  • Modified a comment on ticket #1200 on Scintilla

    Thanks for the information as the styling seems to be not explained at the link above (maybe it is hidden somewhere else). One interesting thing is if you leave style..33 empty ("style..33=") the background color gets just very minimal darker (and this is enough to look fine then for a light design) while I would expect it to either basically break or just to use the default. Neil, can you check the the line sidebar with "style.*.33=" and tell us if this would be light enough to be a default? Because...

  • Modified a comment on ticket #1200 on Scintilla

    Thanks for the information as the styling seems to be not explained at the link above (maybe it is hidden somewhere else). One interesting thing is if you leave style..33 empty ("style..33=") the background color gets just very minimal darker (and this is enough to look fine then for a light design) while I would expect it to either basically break or just to use the default. Neil, can you check the the line sidebar with "style.*.33=" and tell us if this would be light enough to be a default? Because...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1200 on Scintilla

    Thanks for the information as the styling seems to be not explained at the link above (maybe it is hidden somewhere else). One interesting thing is if you leave style..33 empty ("style..33=") the background color gets just very minimal darker (and this is enough to look fine then for a light design) while I would expect it to either basically break or just to use the default. Neil, can you check the the line sidebar with "style.*.33=" and tell us if this would be light enough to be a default? Because...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1200 on Scintilla

    Thanks for the information as the styling seems to be not explained at the link above (maybe it is hidden somewhere else). One interesting thing is if you leave style..33 empty ("style..33=") the background color gets just very minimal darker (and this is enough to look fine then for a light design) while I would expect it to either basically break or just to use the default. Neil, can you check the the line sidebar with "style.*.33=" and tell us if this would be light enough to be a default? Because...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #1200 on Scintilla

    You said above that I shall change the settings if I want different visuals and so I made a look at http://www.scintilla.org/SciTEDoc.html to figure out which setting changes the background color for the line sidebar. On searching for color and colour I did found the option to change the folding sidebar color (fold.margin.colour) but I couldn't find anything to change the line sidebar color. I would expect it to be something like line.margin.colour and on trying my luck on it it had no effect. Do...

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