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#1 Posted : Wednesday, August 26, 2009 6:29:54 AM(UTC)
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Hi All, I will apreciate someone's help for configuring the Font and Colors of the .TT visualizer of tangible T4 editor. I have searched and tested all the fonts and settings styles of VS menu "tools" -> "options" -> "Environment" -> "Fonts and Colors" -> "Show setting for...", but nothing found for files with extension ".tt". I have tried to find a hidden config file but again, nothing. Is there a way to change the font used by the .tt visualizer? I have now a none monotype FONT (...Tahoma probably) that makes the coding difficult (and ugly unformatted) and I want to use "Courier New" or similar monotype instead.

Looking forward some guidance on this.

Best regards and thanks in advance,


PS: It will be nice to be able to setup and make some changes in the colors, but it is not critical.
#2 Posted : Sunday, August 30, 2009 1:36:07 AM(UTC)
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this is easy ;-). So you need to go to Tools->Options->Environment->Fonts and Colors (as you described) and then select in the dropdown
"Show Settings for" the value "Text Editor". Then select in Box "Display Items" the value "Plain Text" and select the font for it e.g. "Courier New".

IMPORTANT: Then close the T4 Source file and reopen it to have this take effect.

The font colors are not picked up yet but the font face is picked up.


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