4.1 COLORS

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    When your executing a program there are colored lines running with the code.How do you turn the colors off.

  • #2
    good question...I don't think you can. It is very hard to read/see the commands as they pass by with the color contrasting with the existing font colors. I do think it's cool to see the software using "look ahead" and color the code it as you go to see what is going on. Its kinda like the breakpoint mode only without the break/stop point.
    sigpiccall me "Plum Crazy"....but you only go around once!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mike N.
      good question...I don't think you can. It is very hard to read/see the commands as they pass by with the color contrasting with the existing font colors. I do think it's cool to see the software using "look ahead" and color the code it as you go to see what is going on. Its kinda like the breakpoint mode only without the break/stop point.
      Hopefully it moves a little quicker than when you are using breakpoints. Mine at least moves really slow from comand to comand when there are breakpoints.

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      • #4
        i think you can turn it off but i dont remember where.


        EDIT:

        To change the background colors used:
        1. Select Edit | Preferences | Edit Window Colors from the menu bar. The Edit
        Window Colors dialog box opens.
        2. Click the Auto Preview check box. This allows you to preview your changes
        inside the Edit window as you make them.
        3. Simply click the Edit button for the background or highlight color from the
        Background Color area. A Color selection box will appear.
        4. Select the new color, or customize a color by selecting the Define Custom
        Colors button.
        5. Click the OK button. The Color selection box will close.
        6. When finished defining your colors, click the Apply button to see the changes
        without closing the Colors dialog box.
        7. Click the OK button to apply the changes and close the Edit Window Colors
        dialog box.
        The color changes will immediately be made.
        Last edited by \v/inston; 08-08-2006, 02:42 PM.

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        • #5
          I do not think you can turn the execute colors off or change the colors used.
          Last edited by SABarber; 08-08-2006, 03:05 PM.

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          • #6
            can you change them all to white?

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