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vrf Vee 8.5 colours

Question asked by antti.suhonen on Apr 21, 2008
Hi all,
 
Does anyone have issues with always having to import color coding when VEE starts or is it just me? It seems VEE doesn't import previous color coding automatically but loads up VEE's default ones.
 
That's a bit annoying, as my changes are always lost between close & restart. I'm using color coding that differs quite a lot from default.
 
BR,
-Antti
 


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From: Lyon, Quinton [mailto:quinton.lyon@siemens.com]
Sent: 12. marraskuuta 2007 18:27
To: VRF
Subject: RE: [vrf] Vee 8.5 colours


I'm going to 'up' the stakes to 5c
 
You learn to use the colours. With a bit of experience when looking for one colour you can ignore other colours. Most code editors allow you to make keywords one colour, comments another, this allows for faster searching and classifying objects. At first glance it looks like Lego but when you learn the colours they become easier to use.
 
Quinton

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