Use this page to specify how the different elements of your code appear in the Code Editor.
|Color SpeedSetting||Enables you to quickly configure the "Code Editor" display using predefined color combinations. Select a Color SpeedSetting from the drop-down list and look at the sample code window to see how the settings will appear in the "Code Editor".|
|Foreground Color||Sets the foreground color for the selected code element. The foreground color changes automatically for each element you choose in the "Element "list box.|
|Background Color||Sets the background color for the selected code element.|
|Text Attributes: Bold||Applies bold formatting to the selected element.|
|Text Attributes: Italic||Italicizes the selected element.|
|Text Attributes: Underline||Underlines the selected element.|
|Element||Specifies syntax highlighting for a particular code element. You can choose from the "Element" list box or click the element in the sample "Code Editor". As you change highlighting on code elements, you can see the effect in sample code window.|
|Use Defaults for Foreground||Displays the code element using default system colors for the foreground. Unchecking this option restores the previously selected color or, if no color has been previously selected, sets the code element to the system color.|
|Use Defaults for Background||Displays the code element using default system colors for the background. Unchecking this option restores the previously selected color or, if no color has been previously selected, sets the code element to the system color.|
The foreground color and background colors of the "Modified line" item in the "Element" list are the colors used to mark lines modified since last save and lines modified and saved in the current session, respectively.