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|Summary:||Hash & hashes syntax (CSS) are not working|
|Component:||CSS Editor||Assignee:||Milutin Kristofic <mkristofic>|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Exception Reporter:|
|Attachments:||Example image (screenshot)|
Description gerardbm 2015-12-21 16:42:25 UTC
Created attachment 157881 [details] Example image (screenshot) In the Syntax editor, if I define a Selector color (blue), the Hash color will inherit the Selector color (blue); even if I define a different color for the Hash (red). It never shows the red color. The logical behavior is to configure a general color for the CSS selectors and then define the Hash color for the selectors that are IDs. More important, when I define the hashes color —now in plural— (green), it works when I apply the changes. But when I reset NetBeans, hashes color inherits the CSS numbers color (yellow). So I have all the CSS selectors in the blue color (excepting the pseudo-selectors), and all the CSS numbers in the yellow color. In fact it would be nice if we could change the ID selectors color (#name), the class selectors color (.name), the tag selectors color (div, span, ul...), the number selectors color (:nth-child(6n)) and the RGB colors (#e1e1e1). Something like this: http://i.imgur.com/uvGmJMl.png Regards, Gerard