Change Android studio Logcat text color to Eclipse style22 Apr 2015
Android studio is better than Eclipse with ADT in almost every way. I've been using it for almost a year now. However, Logcat is an exception. Only
Warn log level's text has different color, which makes it very dificult to distinguish between
Verbose log level. And I believe these three log levels are mostly common used by app developers (including me of course).
Locate Logcat Settings
Open Android Studio preferences (press
cmd + , if on OSX), you can find Android Logcat settings in
Editor ==> Colors & Fonts ==> Android Logcat
Save As... button to save the current scheme, name it.
Use inherited attributes checkbox, in order to change the text style.
Find Eclipse Logcat style
You can find the Eclipse Logcat color setting in the follow foottrace in preferences:
Android ==> LogCat ==> Colors
In case you have already deleted Eclipse or didn't bother to open it, here is the RGB color of each log levels:
I use the Android studio default
Assert color to make it different from
Error log level.
I use the Android studio default theme, not
Darcular, so the Eclipse logcat style works for me. If you are using the dark
Darcular theme, there is already a good color set for it.
Finnaly, here is the colorful logcat: