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JavaDocs blank in latest version of DevStyle Theme

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  • #680912 Reply

    Scott_Hargreaves
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    There are several different items that are not displayed at all (Blank Boxes). This includes hover-help, JavaDocs tab, Welcome Page, Tip of the Day…seems to be widespread. I thought it was my initial dev environment but I created a new one (fresh install of Ubuntu/Eclipse) and the problem persists. Current setup:
    – Ubuntu 22.04
    – Eclipse 2022-03 (4.23.0)

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    #680925 Reply

    support-swapna
    Moderator

    Scott,

    Sorry that you are seeing this issue with Darkest Dark theme. Thank you for the details and the screenshots.
    I ran a quick check on Ubuntu 22.04 and Eclipse 2022-03 but could not replicate the reported issues. We will continue to test this further.

    Can you please check how it works in Eclipse Dark theme? Go to Window > Preferences > General > Appearance, select ‘Dark’ instead of DevStyle Theme.
    Do you have any particular OS theme set?

    Apologies for inconvenience caused.

    –Swapna
    Genuitec Support

    #680933 Reply

    Scott_Hargreaves
    Participant

    Thanks for the quick response.

    Tried a couple more things:
    – Switched to “Dark” instead of DevStyle…problem is still there, blank welcome screen etc.
    – Uninstalled DevStyle…problem is gone, windows appear normal

    Thx

    #680941 Reply

    support-swapna
    Moderator

    Scott,

    Do you see the issue in a fresh new workspace as well?
    Also please share the current Ubuntu theme details. If you change the theme to say, Adwaita, does it help?

    –Swapna
    Genuitec Support

    #680945 Reply

    Scott_Hargreaves
    Participant

    – Problem persists with new workspace
    – Problem persists different Ubuntu Themes.

    I have output from eclipse starting in “Verbose” mode. Looks like exceptions are being thrown on startup only when DevStyle installed. Multiple “java.lang.Error: SWT Resource was not properly disposed” errors logged.

    Full output attached for with/without DevStyle installed. Same workspace is being opened for both runs.

    Thx.

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    #680962 Reply

    lykkos
    Participant

    I also have the same problem, also it doesn’t show when I click on Show in JavaDoc view, before set up the plugin, the javadoc box was working. (in debian buster)

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    #680968 Reply

    lykkos
    Participant

    now my javadoc works, but I had to reinstall the ide and download a src.zip folder (sudo apt install openjdk-11-source) and reinstall the darkest dark plugin without the codetogether bundle, everything is fine now, I answer this in case someone encounters the same problem, maybe this works for them

    #682001 Reply

    ordiel
    Participant

    Same problem here, for now I have to stop using Darkest Dark due to this (it gets fixed when removed). Is there any update on it?

    #682031 Reply

    support-swapna
    Moderator

    I ran fresh tests on Ubuntu 22.04 but could not replicate the problem. We are actively investigating this issue.

    @lykkos
    and @ordiel : Can you please share the IDE and OS version details and the .log file located at workspace dir/.metadata/.log (rename it to .txt and attach it here)

    –Swapna
    Genuitec Support

    #694417 Reply

    olaf123
    Participant

    There seems to be an issue with Wayland, the default window-manager in Ubuntu 22.04. By disabling it and switching back to X11 the issue is gone and the HTML-rendering Eclipse-Components are working with the DevStyle-Themes again as expected.

    Regarding the bug:
    As @scott_hargreaves already pointed out, not only the JavaDoc-PopUp is affected. All HTML-rendering components (the whole JavaDoc-View, Help- and Welcome-Pages, the internal webbrowser, …) do not work as expected: The displayed content is rendered – you can select + copy/paste it – but the background-layer (in the selected theme-color) makes the content invisible by being rendered in front of the content.

    #694886 Reply

    vchernyshev
    Participant

    I face the same problem on Ubuntu 22.10 under Wayland. As @olaf123 mentioned every single HTML component is broken. Steps to reproduce:

    * Install Ubuntu 22.10.
    * Install epiphany-browser to pull in the WebKit GTK libraries that Eclipse needs.
    * Download and run Eclipse Installer 2022-12 R. I used JDK 19 and installed the standard Java edition of the IDE. At this point everything worked as expected, there are no issues with the JavaDoc popups.
    * Install the DevStyle theme plugin.

    The only workaround that I could find other than rolling back to X11 was to export WEBKIT_DISABLE_COMPOSITING_MODE=1 before running Eclipse.

    #694892 Reply

    support-swapna
    Moderator

    @vchernyshev,

    Thank you for sharing the reproduction steps and the workaround details.
    I could replicate the problem on Ubuntu 22.10 at my end and I have filed a bug report for the dev team to look into it.
    We will keep you posted when the fix is out.

    Apologies for inconvenience caused.

    –Swapna
    Genuitec Support

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