Very annoying program

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  1. apb
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    Nov 2008

    Posted 12 Oct 2010 Link to this post

    What made you guys think I would want this thing changing all my syntax highlighting colors???  How does that help me?

    Too annoying. Uninstalling after one day.
  2. Gary
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    Oct 2010

    Posted 14 Oct 2010 Link to this post

    Just had the same issue as you. Installed it and then loaded a project to play with. Opened some code and it looked fine and then all the colours changed. Had a quick look at the options and disabled Visual Features - Color Identifiers and all back to normal. Now going to see if it is any good before I decide on keeping it.
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  4. Deyan Varchev
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    Posted 19 Oct 2010 Link to this post

    Hi Al,

     I'm sorry to here that you had to uninstall JustCode in order to fix this issue. I totally see your point being irritated by the drastic change in colors that you experienced. It was caused by one of JustCode's features, namely Syntax Highlighting. The essence of it is to allow you to differentiate between different identifiers (fields, variables, parameters, methods etc.) as Visual Studio shows them all in the same color - black.  Of course this can be easily disabled in the way that Gary describes or if you don't like the colors and would like to change them you can configure each and every different identifier color. For more details on this feature I can point you to these two blog posts - here and here.
    In order to avoid similar problems in the future, we decided to disable this by default until we find a better and more clear way of presenting this drastic change.

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