ReSharper 5 w/VS 2010: What is this color element called?

Please see the attachment. Does anyone know what color element is causing collapsed regions to appear here as black on gray? I want the dark gray background to stay, but I can't figure out why the collapsed region identifier is set to pure black.

Thanks,
Chuck



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Hello,

I don't think it's a ReSharper color, or that ReSharper affects it in any
way. Should be a build-in VS color.


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Check the "Collaspable Text" setting.  It appears to be incorrectly
reporting the backgroupnd color in the Fonts and Colors tool - it always
appears as a white background - and you can not change the background - but
you can change the text color.  I use a R88 G88 B88 on a pure black
blackground and it appears to work well.

HTH

David

"Chuck Heatherly" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Please see the attachment. Does anyone know what color element is causing
collapsed regions to appear here as black on gray? I want the dark gray
background to stay, but I can't figure out why the collapsed region
identifier is set to pure black.

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Thanks,
Chuck

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