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Change Project Builder's error coloring scheme Apps
Project Builder in 10.2 exhibits a very annoying coloring scheme in the build pane (at least if you set your selection color in General Preferences to light blue). Clicking on error messages gives them a dark blue background behind their red font which makes them pretty much unreadable. But there's a fix to it. Open the Terminal and type:
 % defaults write \
NSAlternateListHighlightCompatibility_10_1 YES
and then restart ProjectBuilder (the above should be a one-line command; the backslash should allow copying and pasting). There's more information on this in the Release Notes for the AppKit on Apple's Developer site.
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Nice idea...
Authored by: eno on Dec 16, '02 07:55:38PM

...but if you change that setting then don't you lose the ability to tell at a glance which view has keyboard focus? (At least that's how I read the release notes...)

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