Ok, strange. It works now, but I didn't do anything. (the box is not
under my control so a restart my have occurred without me having to do
it). However, in the admin interface, it still appears unset. Also,
for new profiles, I always have to set it manually (which I am not
sure if that is intentional or not, or if it is because I am having
some sort of issue). I guess I don't care as long as it works, its
just weird. Something is still not right but I'll put it on the low
priority list for now.
On Oct 16, 5:30 am, "Christian Hammond" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Syntax highlighting should be on by default once you turn it on system-wide.
> If not, we need to figure out a fix.
> Are you using mod_python? What happens if you set it and then restart the
> server? Does it stick?
> Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> VMware, Inc.
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 7:02 AM, fts1050 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I installed the Pygments library, as a result, I was able to turn on
> > syntax highlighting in gthe admin interface. When I hit "save" the
> > notification said my setting was changed successfully, but the setting
> > now appears unset again after the save occurred. I repeated this and
> > no change. I am not sure if this is simply UI issue or if something is
> > really silently failing in this step.
> > I did turn on syntax highlighting on my profile, and even after log in
> > and log out, the syntax highlighting did not work (according to
> > Pygments, we are using languages that are supported for syntax
> > highlighting). No syntax highlighting has occured.
> > So my first question is, where can I start looking to troubleshoot? My
> > next question is, is there anyway to set, by default, the syntax
> > highlighting to "on" for each profile (instead of off by default?)
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