score:151

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the yellow arrows show up next to search results for me. if you go to the search tab and delete the results they should go away.

score:-2

those are warnings. if you click on them, useful suggestion will be shown to disappear them.

score:1

not really sure what you are looking at...

for me, the little orange looking lines are on the right - and they represent compiler warnings. - you can hover your mouse over them for messages.

when you double click a word in the code, then more lines appear - where that word is also located in the file.

score:4

this is what they look like. screen shot from eclips

note that it's pointing at a blank line. i also did a search for some string and it did not affect the arrow. i have been trying to get "extract android string" to work from a keyboard shortcut (mac os) and may have found some other implicated command.

edit: i see it now. eclipse has more than one search command. this is not from command-f (find/replace). it is from control-h (search). there's a search item on the menu bar as well.

score:38

you can get rid of them by going to preferences > general > editors > text editors > annotations, then look for "search results" and uncheck "vertical ruler".


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