Scott Palmer commented on NETBEANS-4301:
At first I wondered if we needed that colour as well, but I believe we do.
The key is that it shows you were the beginning of each line actually is, so
you know what amount of whitespace is trimmed from the start of the lines.
This makes it easy to identify a misaligned closing """.
> Multiline string literals show with wrong background colour when using dark
> Key: NETBEANS-4301
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-4301
> Project: NetBeans
> Issue Type: Bug
> Components: java - Editor
>Affects Versions: 11.3
> Environment: Windows 10 Pro
> Java 14.0.1
>Reporter: Scott Palmer
> Labels: Look
> Attachments: image-2020-05-04-23-52-17-918.png
> Using the new multiline strings literals in JDK-14 with a dark look and feel
> like either "Dark Nimbis" or "FlatLaf Dark" on Windows 10, the text in the
> multiline string has a white background.
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