Color configuration

The color selector dialog box is used to interactively set the colors of the various window areas in the main CRiSP editing window. It allows you to set the colors not only of the main areas but also of the colorizer token types. CRiSP can display different file types according to a set of individual language rules. For example, C/C++ files can have the foreground and background colors of comments in a different color to the normal text in a window.


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