Changing Console properties
by, 11-14-2011 at 06:31 PM (1286 Views)
Eclipse provides a console window in which you see the output of your Java program. Normally default properties are sufficient and developers are satisfied with it. In some cases, you might want to change the look and feel of the console window. I'll write about this in this post.
The default console looks like this:
Now lets try to change the look and feel. Click
Window > Preferences > Run/Debug > Console
You will see the following window:
You may change the standard output color, standard error text color, standard in text color and background color of the console. Of course, there is a "Restore default" button to get back to the default.
One important thing is "console buffer size" which is in characters. When you are printing a lot of text on the console, this parameter is of great importance. You may change it from here.
Play with it and set the console the way you like it.