This is a question about the Module Explorer, not the Database Explorer. In my installation, when an object is selected in the left pane of the Module Explorer, it has a dark blue background and is easy to see. However, when you click into the right pane of the Module Explorer, the object in the left pane turns to a light gray color background that is difficult to see, hampering the ability to discern which object is selected in the left pane.
I've messed with Display Settings from the Database Options under Tools, but haven't been able to figure out which setting it is, or if it's even able to be modified.
Would appreciate any advice on how to make it easier to see.
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4 replies Latest Post - 2012-11-16T12:41:37Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: Module Explorer Background Color2012-10-18T12:50:06Z in response to SystemAdminThis background color of the text in the left pane cannot be adjusted. However, the object, project/folder, that is selected in the left pane is shown in the very top bar of the toolbar area - upper left corner will display the object selected in the explorer pane on the left hand side.
Re: Module Explorer Background Color2012-10-18T18:21:37Z in response to sammycseems like you're talking about the Database explorer window with your response. Just to confirm, I'm talking about the Module Explorer left and right panes. I agree tho, I haven't found a way to change the color in either the Database or Module Explorer panes. You can change the color for the current object selected, but it seems not for the left pane of the Database and Module Explorers.
Re: Module Explorer Background Color2012-11-14T16:28:20Z in response to SystemAdminNot found a way to change the colour of the Module explorer pane, but if you select an object in the right-hand pane and then use <Shift)-<Tab> it switches focus to the explorer pane and highlights the selected object.