Where did the Font Properties go?

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    I have basically the same installation details and am seeing the same behavior. Any update on a workaround or a fix?

    *** Date:
    Tuesday, November 13, 2007 5:40:55 PM MST

    ** System properties:
    OS=WindowsXP
    OS version=5.1
    Java version=1.6.0_03

    *** MyEclipse details:
    MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench
    Version: 6.0.1 GA
    Build id: 6.0.1-GA-200710

    *** Eclipse details:
    Eclipse SDK

    Version: 3.3.1
    Build id: M20070921-1145

    Eclipse Platform

    Version: 3.3.1.R33x_r20070911-_19UEkpF-B7Uh2hKy75y
    Build id: M20070921-1145

    Eclipse RCP

    Version: 3.3.1.R33x_r20070802-8y8eE8sEV3Fz0z0GlHJrXvTAUS
    Build id: M20070921-1145

    Eclipse Java Development Tools

    Version: 3.3.1.r331_v20070629-7o7jE72EDlXAbqAcnbmyg1rf8RIL
    Build id: M20070921-1145

    Eclipse Project SDK

    Version: 3.3.1.R33x_r20070802-7M7J78_mu1mnlRa7A4Ns52XeZ6D0
    Build id: M20070921-1145

    Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment

    Version: 3.3.1.R33x_r20070802-7N7M3D1VIA_52JsDFsEC
    Build id: M20070921-1145

    Eclipse Graphical Editing Framework

    Version: 3.3.1.v20070814
    Build id: 20070814-1555

    Eclipse startup command=-os
    win32
    -ws
    win32
    -arch
    x86
    -showsplash
    -launcher
    C:\Program Files\eclipse\eclipse.exe
    -name
    Eclipse
    –launcher.library
    C:\Program Files\eclipse\plugins\org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.win32.win32.x86_1.0.1.R33x_v20070828\eclipse_1020.dll
    -startup
    C:\Program Files\eclipse\plugins\org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.0.1.R33x_v20070828.jar
    -vm
    C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0_03\bin\client\jvm.dll

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    I tried this out at my end but was unable to reproduce the issue. I tried this with a JavaScript file. Could one of you send me a sample file that I can test this with and also paste a screenshot pointing the font pitch variation.

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    Guys,
    I was finally able to reproduce this at my end as well. I’ll take this up with the dev team and get back to you with an update asap.

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    I checked with my dev team and it seems like JSEclipse is not certified to run with MyEclipse. Also, this seems to be the only plugin giving such problems with MyEclipse so I guess you should take this up with the JSEclipse team. I’ll stay on top of this issue from my side.

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    I do not use the JSEclipse plugin and am seeing the same behavior. I removed the PHPEclipse and Velocity Web Edit plugins I had installed and that did not seem to solve the problem either.

    My current configuration, which still exhibits the font problem, is:
    Eclipse 3.3.1
    MyEclipse 6.0.1
    Maven 2.0 Integration 0.0.9

    I can reproduce the error by creating a simple text file on the file system and then using File >> Open File to open it. I have included a screen shot below showing how the file is displayed.

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    taxworks,
    MyEclipse does not support Maven. That could be the problem. Have you tried replicating this issue with a clean MyEclipse installation without any plugins installer?

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    Sorry to barge in…
    This looks like the font problems discussed elsewhere on this forum when opening Ant scripts (build.xml) and it showing in the wrong font. AFAIR it’s an issue with Eclipse 3.3.x applying the correct font to some filetypes, as changing the standard Text font to something else, press apply, and reverting to the default, with apply, fixes it for the rest of the ME session. I can only assume this thread applies to the same issue. It’s possible this is specific to ME, but I didn’t find any time yet to confirm my findings.

    HTH
    Ton

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    Ton,
    Thank you for posting your findings. Please keep me updated with ur findings. In the mean time ill look into this issue.

    #278780 Reply

    I’ve noticed the same behavior on MyEclipse 6.0.1 on Windows XP and Mac OS X 10.4. Opening the SQL Editor shows a variable width font by default, and this can corrupt other editors that expect a fixed width font (e.g. Ant editor, properties file editor). A workaround is to open preferences, choose general>appearance>colors and fonts, expand basic, select text font, click use system font, click apply, click reset, click apply, close preferences. Obviously, this is less than convenient 😉

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