RubyMine 2018.3 Help

Database Color Settings Dialog

From the Database tool window:
Select the element or elements of interest, and select Color Settings from the context menu.


Select the color, and specify how this color should be used (see Shared and Override recursively). Use the checkboxes in the Appearance Settings section to enable or disable the database colors in various places in the UI.

Item

Description

Color

Click the color that you want to use for the element or elements selected in the Database tool window.

If the color that you want is missing, click Custom and specify the color in the dialog that opens.

The color which is currently selected is marked with its name, e.g. Blue.

DBColorsColor

If you don't want to use any color, click No Color.

Shared

Select the checkbox if you want to share the change of color you are about to make with your team. (The database color settings are shared through version control.)

In technical terms, the new color (for the selected element or elements) will be stored in

  • .idea/databaseColors.xml or the .ipr file if the checkbox is selected.

  • .idea/workspace.xml or the .iws file if the checkbox is not selected.

The workspace.xml or the .iws file, normally, is not shared through version control while the rest of RubyMine configuration files are.

For more information on RubyMine configuration files and their sharing, see Project .

Override recursively

If the checkbox is selected, the selected color will be applied to the element itself and all its subordinate elements recursively.

If the checkbox is not selected, the colors set individually for the subordinate elements won't change.

Appearance Settings

Enable database colors

Clear the checkbox to (temporarily) disable the database colors everywhere in the UI.

In Database tool window

Select the checkbox to use the database colors in the Database tool window.

When this option is off, the tool window looks like this:

DBColorsDBOff

When this option is on, the tool window may look as shown below. (In this example, the blue color is set for the corresponding data source.)

DBColorsDBOn

In editor tabs

Select the checkbox to use the database colors for editor tabs (when working with a data editor and the input pane of a database console).

When this option is off, the tabs look like this:

DBColorsEditorConsoleOff

When this option is on, the tabs have the same color as the corresponding data source or table (e.g. blue):

DBColorsEditorOn

In console editors and grids

Select the checkbox to use the database colors for the editing area in database consoles and data editors.

When this option is off, the editing area looks like this:

DBColorsEditorConsoleOff

When this option is on, the background of the editing area has the same color as the corresponding data source (e.g. blue).

DBColorsConsoleEditorsOn

In toolbars

Select the checkbox to use the database colors for the toolbars of database consoles and data editors.

When this option is off, the toolbar looks like this:

DBColorsEditorConsoleOff

When this option is on, the toolbar background has the same color as the corresponding data source (e.g. blue).

DBColorsConsoleOn

No Color

Click this button, if you don't want to use any color for the selected element or elements.

Last modified: 6 December 2018