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    Default Re: Qt Creator theme qDebug() coloring

    I've been using the solarized theme for Qt Creator found here: https://github.com/curonian/qtcreator-solarized . I was using this for a long time with Qt Creator 3.6 (for Qt 5.5) and, very happily, all calls to qDebug were colored red. I recently upgraded to Qt Creator 4.1.0 (for Qt 5.7), and even though I am using the exact same XML file for the theme, qDebug() is no longer red. It is simply grey, like all other functions. I did a diff against the solarized XML that still marks qDebug red on my virtual machine running Qt Creator 3.6.0, and they are exactly the same. Why is the new version of Qt Creator implementing the theme differently? I really, really like my qDebug() calls to stand out for easy identification/removal. Is there a way to differentiate them somehow in the new version of Qt Creator?

    Side Note: I tried the newly built in Solarized theme, and it leaves qDebug calls grey as well.


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    UPDATE: So......suddenly qDebug calls started being red. ???????? Problem solved, but mystery unsolved.
    Last edited by ce_nort; 4th October 2016 at 17:46.

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