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collector1871 updated NETBEANS-3053:
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    Description: 
Hello everyone,

I have very annoying problem with incorrect xml syntax highlighting (file 
pom.xml), it looks like this:

*> attachment1 <*

*!attachment1.png!*

basically this header tag <?xml  ?> is very unclear. I am afraid this issue 
will appear in the future, for other syntax highlighting, so this is why I am 
asking here. And also i would like to have pom.xml perfectly visible.

... so what i am doing right now: Tools > Options > Fonts & Colors > Language: 
XML > and I am channging "pi-content"
 and this is temporary working, for example

*> attachment2 <*

*!attachment2.png!*

but the problem is that after NetBeans reastart, "pi-content" values are again 
wrong (like in the first screenshot).
 It looks like this problem is currently only with few syntax highlighting 
values (other values are keeping saved and no issue). 
 Something like: 90% values are saved, 10% are reset to default after restart.

so my question is: how can I permanent  change this syntax highlighting ?

  was:
Hello everyone, 
 
I have very annoying problem with incorrect xml syntax highlighting (file 
pom.xml), it looks like this:
 

*attachment1*
 
 basically this header tag <?xml  ?> is very unclear. I am afraid this issue 
will appear in the future, for other syntax highlighting, so this is why I am 
asking here. And also i would like to have pom.xml perfectly visible.
 
 ... so what i am doing right now: Tools > Options > Fonts & Colors > Language: 
XML > and I am channging "pi-content"
 and this is temporary working, for example

*attachment2*
 
 but the problem is that after NetBeans reastart, "pi-content" values are again 
wrong (like in the first screenshot).
 It looks like this problem is currently only with few syntax highlighting 
values (other values are keeping saved and no issue). 
 Something like: 90% values are saved, 10% are reset to default after restart.
 
 so my question is: how can I permanent  change this syntax highlighting ?


> incorrect xml syntax highlighting (pom.xml)
> -------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: NETBEANS-3053
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-3053
>             Project: NetBeans
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: editor - Options, java - Editor
>    Affects Versions: 11.0, 11.1
>         Environment: Arch Linux, NetBeans 11.1 and 11.0, app has been 
> directly download from the site (NOT from the repositories)
>            Reporter: collector1871
>            Priority: Trivial
>         Attachments: attachment1.png, attachment2.png
>
>
> Hello everyone,
> I have very annoying problem with incorrect xml syntax highlighting (file 
> pom.xml), it looks like this:
> *> attachment1 <*
> *!attachment1.png!*
> basically this header tag <?xml  ?> is very unclear. I am afraid this issue 
> will appear in the future, for other syntax highlighting, so this is why I am 
> asking here. And also i would like to have pom.xml perfectly visible.
> ... so what i am doing right now: Tools > Options > Fonts & Colors > 
> Language: XML > and I am channging "pi-content"
>  and this is temporary working, for example
> *> attachment2 <*
> *!attachment2.png!*
> but the problem is that after NetBeans reastart, "pi-content" values are 
> again wrong (like in the first screenshot).
>  It looks like this problem is currently only with few syntax highlighting 
> values (other values are keeping saved and no issue). 
>  Something like: 90% values are saved, 10% are reset to default after restart.
> so my question is: how can I permanent  change this syntax highlighting ?



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