Breakpoint Lines Are Highlighted In what color? (Resolved)

In general, breakpoint lines in most development environments are highlighted in red to indicate that they are active. However, if you are experiencing a problem where breakpoint lines are highlighted in a different color, it could be due to a variety of reasons such as:

  • Incorrect configuration in your development environment
  • A theme or extension you have installed that changes the color of breakpoint lines
  • A bug in your development environment

To fix the issue, you can try the following steps:

  1. Check your development environment's configuration: Look for options to customize the appearance of breakpoints and make sure that the color is set to red or the desired color.
  2. Disable extensions or themes: If you have installed any extensions or themes that change the appearance of breakpoints, try disabling them to see if they are causing the issue.
  3. Restart your development environment: Sometimes a simple restart can resolve the issue.
  4. Update your development environment: Make sure that you have the latest version of your development environment installed, as updates can include bug fixes and improvements.
  5. Contact support: If you are still experiencing the issue after trying these steps, reach out to the support team for your development environment for further assistance.

Note: The exact steps to fix the issue may vary depending on the specific development environment you are using.

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