Code Definition Window Background Color  
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OmegaMan





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QuestionWhen I fire up the code definition window, the background color is an off beige. I would not mind, but my syntax colors in my IDE for code coloring are set with black as the background. That coloration (light foreground colors) that look great on the editing window become a washed out document on a off-beige window.

I have been unable to find where the background color setting for this window resides..can anyone direct me to that

WHYI do inverse colors (black background/white foreground) because I don't like to look at a white spot-light all day long while editing. Call me crazy....

Platform
  • VS2005

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Sean Laberee





PostPosted: Visual C# IDE, Code Definition Window Background Color Top

OmegaMan,

Actually, using inverse background/foreground is quite common which is why we've tried to make it easier by having most of the colours switch automatically. You can change the background colour from Tools Options Environment/Fonts & Colors/Show settings for Text Editor, Display items: Definition Window Background.

Hope that helps!

-Sean Laberee



 
 
OmegaMan





PostPosted: Visual C# IDE, Code Definition Window Background Color Top

Ahhh worked like a charm...Thanks.