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ColdFusion Builder – Dark Mode

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October 29, 2019 05:04:35 PM GMT
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<p>In Coldfusion Builder (my version is 3.2), there is a built-in option for a “Dark” theme. I happen to prefer “Dark-Mode” themes, especially on my laptop and phones for battery savings and I find it easier on my eyes. The dark theme can be applied using the following eight-step sequence: 1. Window (from-File-menu) – Choose 2. Preferences (option-at-the-bottom) -Choose 3. General (tree-item) –  Choose 4. Appearance ( sub-tree-item) – Choose 5. Enable theme (option) – Enable 6. Theme: (option) – Select “Dark” 7.  Apply, or Apply-And-Close (Button) – Press 8. […]</p>
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Labels: ColdFusion, Language, Testimonial or Case Study, Builder, language, language enhancement, showcase


Further to this, I struggled seeing my brackets in CFSCRIPT including braces and parenethesis in code. So, if you proceed to 1. Window (File-Menu) - Choose 2. Preferences (option) and find: 3. ColdFusion (tree-item) - Expand 4. Profiles (sub-tree-item) -Expand 5. Editor (sub-tree-item) - Expand 6. Syntax Coloring (sub-tree-item) - Choose ....A syntax Coloring Pane opens... 7. CFScript (Tree-item)  - Expand 8. Bracket (Sub-tree item) - Choose ...Apply coloring or styles as desired... 9.  Apply or Apply and Close (button) - Press In the sample I've included, I changed the brackets to orange and they stick-out like an sun Orange sun now. Of course, any decent Edmonton Oilers fan would pick Orange!  So, I'm sure you will too!   Go Oilers Go!  (Orange & Blue all the way)      
Comment by jBrodeur
2493 | October 29, 2019 10:25:30 PM GMT