change in green and yellow colors of error indicator

is it just me, or did the color of the error indicator (is that what it's
actually called?) change? it appears much lighter than before. i actually
like the darker green and yellow (orange?), because i don't notice it as
much unless i'm specifically looking for it. i don't like obtrusive colors
or blinking things on my screen when i'm coding...

and what happened with 241? that build got nuked. ah well, you guys still
rock, and we love you at myspace.

ryan


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And another gripe...

Instead of using aliases such a string, int, double, and the like, i use the
actual type (e.g., String, Int32, Double). Whenever I extract a method,
encapsulate a type, etc., r# inserts the alias instead of the type. I think
that r# should use the type if it's specified, and the alias if it's
specified.


"Ryan Cammer" <rcammer@myspace.com> wrote in message
news:e3qq21$qor$1@is.intellij.net...

is it just me, or did the color of the error indicator (is that what it's
actually called?) change? it appears much lighter than before. i actually
like the darker green and yellow (orange?), because i don't notice it as
much unless i'm specifically looking for it. i don't like obtrusive colors
or blinking things on my screen when i'm coding...

>

and what happened with 241? that build got nuked. ah well, you guys still
rock, and we love you at myspace.

>

ryan



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Could you please submit it into the Tracker?

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

And another gripe...

Instead of using aliases such a string, int, double, and the like, i
use the actual type (e.g., String, Int32, Double). Whenever I extract
a method, encapsulate a type, etc., r# inserts the alias instead of
the type. I think that r# should use the type if it's specified, and
the alias if it's specified.

"Ryan Cammer" <rcammer@myspace.com> wrote in message
news:e3qq21$qor$1@is.intellij.net...

>> is it just me, or did the color of the error indicator (is that what
>> it's actually called?) change? it appears much lighter than before. i
>> actually like the darker green and yellow (orange?), because i don't
>> notice it as much unless i'm specifically looking for it. i don't
>> like obtrusive colors or blinking things on my screen when i'm
>> coding...
>>
>> and what happened with 241? that build got nuked. ah well, you guys
>> still rock, and we love you at myspace.
>>
>> ryan
>>


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done!


"Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains)" <valentin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:3fdb29a6be13d8c842fd91411efd@news.intellij.net...

Could you please submit it into the Tracker?

>

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>> And another gripe...
>>
>> Instead of using aliases such a string, int, double, and the like, i
>> use the actual type (e.g., String, Int32, Double). Whenever I extract
>> a method, encapsulate a type, etc., r# inserts the alias instead of
>> the type. I think that r# should use the type if it's specified, and
>> the alias if it's specified.
>>
>> "Ryan Cammer" <rcammer@myspace.com> wrote in message
>> news:e3qq21$qor$1@is.intellij.net...
>>
>>> is it just me, or did the color of the error indicator (is that what
>>> it's actually called?) change? it appears much lighter than before. i
>>> actually like the darker green and yellow (orange?), because i don't
>>> notice it as much unless i'm specifically looking for it. i don't
>>> like obtrusive colors or blinking things on my screen when i'm
>>> coding...
>>>
>>> and what happened with 241? that build got nuked. ah well, you guys
>>> still rock, and we love you at myspace.
>>>
>>> ryan
>>>
>



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