Did you know that you can tweak the display using the options that you can find in the “hamburger” menu, e.g. whether to show the author fully or just the initials?
If you are a Linux user which has problems with autohiding scrollbars that make it hard to select the last item in a table, tree or text control, you should try to set the environment variable GTK_OVERLAY_SCROLLING to 0 before launching the application. For SmartGit, open bin/smartgit.sh in a text editor and add the line
before the last line.
By default, SmartGit 19.1 should follow the system light/dark theme (the Theme-option “Automatic select light/dark (recommended)” is selected). If, for whatever reason, you want to see a dark SmartGit on a light system (or visa versa) like you did in SmartGit 18.2, select the light or dark system independent theme option. Without any further changes, this will cause a couple of visual glitches because of following issues between SWT and the new used macOS API:
You can mostly work around these problems by adding following line to