Remove Code Coverage Highlighting in Eclipse
Asked on September 13, 2020
How to remove code coverage highlighting in Eclipse?
Replied on September 13, 2020
1. Go to 'Window' menu -> Show View -> Other
2. Search for Coverage and click.
3. In Coverage view, there are X and XX sign in upper right side. Click any of these signs.
These signs represent 'Active Session'and 'Remove All Sessions' respectively. By clicking on these signs we just remove the code coverage sessions and hence code coverage highlighting is gone.
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