Syntax coloring question

I gave interfaces a different color, however, it seems like coloring changed in 957 build.
If I am not wrong, it used to be (the way I like it):
import java.util.List;
and now it is:
import java.util.List;
(whole import statement has interface color)

It's a cosmetic thing but , I was just wondering if this is intentional?

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Yes, that was intentional cause it closer to Java syntax where
java.util.List is just class name.

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I gave interfaces a different color, however, it seems like coloring

changed in 957 build.

If I am not wrong, it used to be (the way I like it):
import java.util.List;
and now it is:
import java.util.List;
(whole import statement has interface color)

>

It's a cosmetic thing but , I was just wondering if this is intentional?

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