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Interface Colours

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Oct 06, 2022 Oct 06, 2022

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Hi folks.

In Dw I'm using the interface 'Light'.

The problem is, when I highlight say <div> and look for the closing </div>, it's highlighted in a very pale colour, so not easy to see,

Is there a way to change this highlighting colour whithout changing the whole interface theme?

 

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Adobe Employee , Oct 06, 2022 Oct 06, 2022

Hi @BigDingus,

 

Thanks for writing to us. You can change the highlighting color by creating a custom theme with base theme as Light (to retain the Light interface settings) by following below steps.

 

  1. Refer below KB article to create a custom theme with Light theme as per your requirement.
  2. Click on Edit button on newly created theme --> Opens main.less file in code view.
  3. Change the color value for @matchingTagBackground and save the file (refer below screenshot).
  4. Invoke Preferences dialog -->
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Hi @BigDingus,

 

Thanks for writing to us. You can change the highlighting color by creating a custom theme with base theme as Light (to retain the Light interface settings) by following below steps.

 

  1. Refer below KB article to create a custom theme with Light theme as per your requirement.
  2. Click on Edit button on newly created theme --> Opens main.less file in code view.
  3. Change the color value for @matchingTagBackground and save the file (refer below screenshot).
  4. Invoke Preferences dialog --> Interface section --> Select and Apply the newly created theme.

 

Refer KB article for details: https://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/using/customize-code-coloring.html

 

Set custom color for tagsSet custom color for tags

 

Have a pleasant day!

 

Regards,

Nayan

Dreamweaver Team

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Thanks Nayan.

Your explanation was very clear and did the trick.

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