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Clean Sheet Service Update

On April 11, 2017, Posted by , In Eclipse, By ,,,, , With No Comments

Early enough to pass as an easter gift we provide a Clean Sheet service update. The new version (0.5) is a simple bugfix release related to some StyledText adapter problems on windows.

The Clean Sheet Eclipse Design

In case you've missed out on the topic and you are wondering what I'm talking about, here is a screenshot of my real world setup using the Clean Sheet theme (click on the image to enlarge).Eclipse IDE Look and Feel: Clean Sheet ScreenshotFor more information please refer to the features landing page at, read the introductory Clean Sheet feature description blog post, and check out the New & Noteworthy page.


Clean Sheet Service Update

Thanks to the participation of dedicated users, we were able to spot and resolve some nuisances. On windows, the Mylyn task editor is working again with Bugzilla. Also on windows, line number updates in java editors are propageted again on vertical scrolling per mouse drag. Please refer to the issues #75 and #76 for more details.

Clean Sheet Installation

Drag the 'Install' link below to your running Eclipse instance

Drag to your running Eclipse* workspace. *Requires Eclipse Marketplace Client


Select Help > Install New Software.../Check for Updates.
P2 repository software site: @
Feature: Code Affine Theme

After feature installation and workbench restart select the ‘Clean Sheet’ theme:
Preferences: General > Appearance > Theme: Clean Sheet


On a Final Note, …

Of course, it’s interesting to hear suggestions or find out about potential issues that need to be resolved. Feel free to use the Xiliary Issue Tracker or the comment section below for reporting.

With this in mind, I’d like to thank all the Clean Sheet adopters for the support and wish everybody a happy easter egg hunt 😉

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