Is Sublime's default coloring scheme reproducible

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July 20, 2012 at 8:14 pm #19175

przemhb
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Hi,

Would it be possible to create the same coloring scheme as Sublime Text is using for C? (take a look at Sublime’s screenshots on its homapage)

I have found it to be very helpful and convenient. I would like to create identical scheme for PN2, but I’m afraid it wouldn’t be possible.

July 25, 2012 at 10:04 pm #19190

simon
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What about the colour scheme do you think would not be possible? There are a couple of “dark” presets included with PN which are reasonably similar. A bit of tweaking should get you there.

July 29, 2012 at 9:47 pm #19193

przemhb
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I edit mostly C files. One of the things I would like to set is the function name colour.

Although there’s setting Function Name in Options->Fonts And Colours->Styles which seems to be perfectly suited for the purpose it doesn’t work. On the other hand there’s no Function Name┬ácolour setting in C/C++ colour scheme in Options->Fonts And Colours->Advanced. So how can I set function name colour for C/C++ files?

Maybe I am missing something here. I would be thankful if you could shed a light on this.

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