Re: Screen Colour combinations
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 13:19:11 GMT
On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 13:02:35 +0000, Rich wrote:
> Sorry if this is OT, but I wondered if some of the Pro's here would mind
> sharing information on best screen colour combinations to use with their
I use GNU Emacs, which offers a white background by default, though I'm
sure there's an option to change it somewhere. Emacs offers syntax
highlighting, also known as font-locking, whereby words are displayed in
different colours according to their function. I've used other editors,
like Nedit and Jedit, but I always come back to Emacs when I can, because
it is so versatile.
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