It seems that there are two highlights on the example image.
There's the syntax highlighter, which you should be able to switch off by
turning the syntax highlighter to "None".
You can do that from the menu, go to "Tools" -> "Highlighting" and
Second highlighed text is a selected text, where matching text is
highlighted in yellow. This is not optional, I think, but you can change
colour to something less bright. Go to "Settings" -> "Configure
to "Fonts & Colours", and your offender is "Search Highlight".
your liking, or match with "Text Area" colour to remove it.
Hope this helps.
Solutions Engineer (LPIC 3, Novell CLA, RHCE, Azure, AWS certified)
On Tue, 22 Jan 2019 at 18:46, Troy Dawson <tdawson(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I'm really liking the kate that comes with kde5, except for one
It comes with "Highlight Selected Text" turned on by default.
It looks like with kde4, this was a plugin that you could turn on and
off, but with kde5, it's builtin, and as far as I can tell, you can't
turn it off.
Does anyone know how to turn this off?
This looks like something I might want once in a while, but having it
on constantly totally throws me off, because the highlighing is very
 - https://kate-editor.org/2010/11/14/highlight-selected-text/
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