Technically it would be
window-prefrences-general-editors-text editors-foreground/background. Changing the foreground works on some editors and not others. To even change the selection you have to uncheck system default.
There is also some discussion here
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2059 ... ditor-text
cbauer wrote:Has anyone come up with a solution to this in the recent weeks?
Rek wrote:The only real advantage to using the eclipse plugin is the integrated build system
NewManLiving wrote:Rek wrote:The only real advantage to using the eclipse plugin is the integrated build system
For me, the real advantage to using the eclipse plugin is complete project management. Not sure if sublime is that advanced. Don't have it, but from the screenshots it just appears to be a text editor. Apologies in advance if I'm wrong.
NewManLiving wrote:Eclipse has a project outliner that brings in the entire workspace, anything In your project can be included in the project tree. This means all file types in your channel. JSON XML images video can all be associated with a plugin or another program on your device. So it's easy to get into these files and edit them without bringing up seperate applicatons or maneuvering through other windows to get to these applications. You can also open up multiple projects to look at other code. You can build a repository and link that into all your projects. Then there is the outliner which is a tree view of the functions, variables and objects of all files that are open. This allows you to quickly see and get to any line in your brs file. Then there is the built in debugger which allows you to click on and open the offensive file and go right to the line. You can then debug. There is the packager which generates all that you need to create a package (although I have not used this feature ) automatic export. Selecting the box IP in a dropdown. You can quickly swith to other boxes on your television to do testing. There are so many things. You can drag and dock the various panels anywhere you like. In a nutshell it is what it is an IDE. Integrated development environment