JSP code fragment color Darcula

Hi,

I'm using the darcula theme and for some reason the code fragments in my JSP files are almost fully colored in orange (same as code tag <% %>). There's no difference in color between syntax,variable names,... Something wrong with the theme itself? Perhaps not yet updated for the EAP?

Kind Regards,
Jan

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No problem with the theme. Works fine with my all the EAPs (including the most recent).

Sounds like either JSP support is either not installed/active in your Idea environment, your files don't have the JSP extension or the file is not in the source directory.

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Hi.

I think I see the effect you observe. For me String literals are properly colored, while keywords and variables are orange. Is that it?

My Settings / Editor / Color and Fonts / JSP // Scripting category has one edited option: Foreground = ~Orange. It probably overwrites specific Java colors.

This may be a side effect of some changes in IDE color settings support. Another side effect is this: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-114601
(Update: on the other side this line may be unrelated.)

Regards,
Alexander.

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Yes, you are correct, thanks.

I tried your suggestion, compared the theme with my Intellij 12 version and saw the difference in the changed foreground checkbox. I used the default Darcula, so I expected no changes in color.

After unsetting the foreground, it's more readable and defaults to plain white (thanks!), but also the tag delimiters (<% %>) are now white, which wasn't the case in version 12. A small glitch perhaps?

Regards,
Jan

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Hi,

I've used the full 12 version before and am now using the EAP full version for complete J2EE development, so almost all plugins/support are on. Just verified it to be sure.

I checked the files with version 12 Darcula theme and it didn't have the orange color on all keywords inside a code fragment (as stated in the other comment), so I guess there's something going on in the theming/syntax coloring.

Regards,
Jan

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Really looks like a glitch specific for Darcula. Created http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-114790

Thank you,
Alexander.

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