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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Java Syntax Coloring Preferences

Syntax Coloring specifies how Java source code is rendered. Note that general text editor settings such as the background color can be configured on the general 'Text Editors' preference pages. Fonts may be configured on the general 'Colors and Fonts' preference page.

Option

Description

Default

Element

Each category (Java, Javadoc and Comments) contains a list of language elements that may be rendered with its own color and style.

Note that some semantic highlighting options can be disabled by the user in order to ensure editor performance on low-end systems.

default colors and styles

Preview

Displays the preview of a Java source code respecting the current colors and styles.

n/a

Related concepts

Java editor

Related reference

Java editor preference page


 
 
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