disable syntax coloring

Hi, is there a way to disable syntax coloring in resharper 1.5?

it messes-up my color scheme..

i'm using Vs.net 2003

Thank you,
Dan

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Hello bdaniel7,

1) You can easily disable ReSharper coloring using ReSharper|Options|Error
Highlighting (not sure the path is
correct but you'll easily find it).

2) Could you please elaborate more on the problem you get with your color
scheme?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hi, is there a way to disable syntax coloring in resharper 1.5?

it messes-up my color scheme..

i'm using Vs.net 2003

Thank you,
Dan



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I've set up a custom color scheme - my colors for keywords, text and the like, from VS.NET, Tools, Options, Environment, Fonts and Colors - and when I activate Reshaper it changes my colors with those defined in it..

As for your answer, I already tried that but it also disables the highlighting for errors & others, and that I dont want..
I only want to keep my colors..

Can u consider adding this as a feature in the next release? Resharper is a good tool and would be silly not to use it because it makes my lines of code invisible...

Thanks anyway,
Dan

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Sorry, I still don't quite understand what's happening.
ReSharper does not change any colors when activated, it only installs some
custom colors for its
own display items (starting with 'ReSharper' in Fonts and Colors).
What really seems to be going on is that ReSharper's display items take priority
over standard ones
which leads to the effect of changing colors. For instance, if you have custom
color for text,
then that color will not be used for most of identifiers as it is overriden
by specific colors (method
names, field names, types names and so on).

If you post two screenshots, one with ReSharper disabled and your color scheme
in effect,
and another with ReSharper enabled, this will help to clarify the issue.
Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I've set up a custom color scheme - my colors for keywords, text and
the like, from VS.NET, Tools, Options, Environment, Fonts and Colors -
and when I activate Reshaper it changes my colors with those defined
in it..

As for your answer, I already tried that but it also disables the
highlighting for errors & others, and that I dont want..

I only want to keep my colors..

Can u consider adding this as a feature in the next release? Resharper
is a good tool and would be silly not to use it because it makes my
lines of code invisible...

Thanks anyway,
Dan



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Why don't you just set the Resharper colors to be colors you want? I think
the first thing I did was go through the "Resharper" items and set the
colors to ones I found more useful or pleasing...


"bdaniel7" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I've set up a custom color scheme - my colors for keywords, text and the
like, from VS.NET, Tools, Options, Environment, Fonts and Colors - and
when I activate Reshaper it changes my colors with those defined in it..

>

As for your answer, I already tried that but it also disables the
highlighting for errors & others, and that I dont want..
I only want to keep my colors..

>

Can u consider adding this as a feature in the next release? Resharper is
a good tool and would be silly not to use it because it makes my lines of
code invisible...

>

Thanks anyway,
Dan



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