Restart Workbench and change theme to Window 7 or test all themes that works for you. It seemed that certain tables had been resized to be so small as to no longer be visible in the diagram. The other two commercial versions for enterprises are subscription based. If backslashes were used in this location in the configuration file, the server crashed at startup. The source code is also available for download from the site. It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Oracle or any other party. But when it comes to daily work with it eyes got tired from white.
Sometimes the defaults can cause conflicts with web servers. This mode is currently not supported, but will be in a next release. How to repeat: This is a feature request. . You get enterprise features and support at a costs. Thanks Last edited by mpz 2015-07-23 15:45:37.
On Windows + Linux you can use different themes, including light text on dark backgrounds. See, if Workbench is opened from time to time its fine to have white theme. Here is one of the threads I was trying to follow to change the xml file Use notepad++ editor. In these cases, the schema name remained in place. I've already searched and found a few other related posts talking about editing the xml file. Although the diagram contained 12 tables, when a 'select all' was performed the user was informed that 14 tables were selected. Anybody run dark theme in workbench on Arch? People on other distros have had varying levels of success such as and.
It works well on Mac, Windows, Ubuntu Linux, Fedora, Oracle Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux. If so, how did you manage it? I'd appreciate it if someone could explain in simple steps, with examples, how to change the background color to something darker. I've tried editing it in several different ways but to no avail, I'm confused on specifically what I need to do. Almost all developer tools has ability to use dark themes. It may take some time to get used to it. This is useful for certain conditions, like when using the HighContrastInverse or GnomishDark system themes. .
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