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I have no idea how to explain you what do I mean, but take a look at the screenshot, as it might allow you to understand my situation a bit better: screenshot here

I am using Ubuntu 10.04 i386.

Does anyone have any idea how could I have caused this, and how can I fix it?

Just a note, I've had tried to install some custom color schemes for eclipse manually, but at that time I haven't experienced such issues...

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Try reinstalling eclipse, and also java if needed.

Maybe the color scheme is not made for Ubuntu.

Yours, Daniel

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