On Sat, Mar 10, 2018 at 7:19 PM, Thomas Passin <tbp100...@gmail.com> wrote:
PyScripter displays a small code example that contains most of the code
> structures that get touched by the syntax colorer. If you click on one of
> them, a picklist scrolls to that element, and the color chooser gets
> populated with the corresponding color, including its symbolic constant
> name, which is shown in an edit box. You can either pick form a color
> chart or type in a new color. It's a pretty nice system, and you can see
> clearly which syntax element you are working with.
Not sure how to do this.
> EditPlus (Windows only) has a listbox of syntax element names, and when
> you choose one it shows you the foreground and background color, which you
> can then change using a standard Windows color selector.
Leo definitely should do at least this much, and to the dropdown list we
can add the foreground/background colors for Leo's various panes, buttons,
Leo's present themes probably already define the color constants needed to
do this easily. As Terry says, reload-settings would then show the
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