dimanche 23 mars 2008 03:00
Using Visual Studio 2008 (trial) and wanting to know how you can change the text color of ONLY the #region & #endregion keywords?
I have looked through the Fonts and Colors menu option, but it looks like you can only change all Keywords to another color which is not what I am wanting. I only want to change the #region and #endregion keywords to make them stand apart. Currently I have so many they just blend in with the code. I know I could indent, but I would like to change the color to red or something else.
VS is very customizable so I know there is a way to do this but cannot find an answer on the Internet.
Any help is appreciated!
Example of what I want:Code Snippet
public void Say(string speechString)
_isSpeaking = true;
public void Ask(string question)
_isAsking = true;
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lundi 24 mars 2008 03:15
I found the answer to my question.
In Tools>Options>Environment>Fonts and Colors change the Preprocessor Keyword item to change the region text color.
samedi 5 avril 2008 14:25This is very useful indeed! Thanks a lot!
mercredi 30 septembre 2009 16:45What about the text after #region (on the same line)? I'd like it to be green like a comment. I looked around for a bit but didn't see anything.
mercredi 30 septembre 2009 17:54ModérateurYou can only change the preprocessor keywords. To get more advanced formatting you're going to have to look for third-party addons. I use CodeRush from DevExpress (http://www.devexpress.com) and it can do what you want. They have a free Express version available but I don't know if the region coloring is in the free version.
Michael Taylor - 9/30/09
mercredi 28 décembre 2011 02:44
Almost 4 years later this information is still helpful.
jeudi 8 mars 2012 17:03Yes it is, thanks!