On 19/08/2013 18:22, Russel Winder wrote:
On Mon, 2013-08-19 at 14:06 +0100, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
Hum, I guess the annoyance is proportional to the amount of extra
plugins you have. Personally I usually only have 1 or 2, the rest comes
bundled with Eclipse, but I can definitely see that a lot of users could
have a lot more extra plug-ins.
CDT, CUTE, Ceylon, Groovy, Gradle, Grails, Dart, TestNG, Go, Android,
Not to mention that the default CSS for Eclipse is seriously broken and
has to be amended manually.
You can override the CSS of the default themes by placing a new CSS file
in the directory ~/.e4css . For example I have placed there a modified
e4_classic_winxp.css that has simple tab style activated. (swt-simple:
This will survive across updates, unlike if you change the files in
Bruno Medeiros - Software Engineer