How to Find the language of a document
I have been using Notepad++ (v7.8.1) for months for all my Arduino projects, and the colors of the text are perfect for me.
I would like to upgrade to the latest version, but I don’t want to loose the set of colors that are currently in place.
It does not seem that the language is set to “Arduino”: can you tell me how I can find the “language parameter” or anything that can help me to get the same colors in the new version ?
It does not seem that the language is set to “Arduino”
Well, what IS it set to?
Or what does it “seem like” it is set to?
One way to see what it is actually set to is in Notepad++'s status bar, on the far left of it.
(Actually, how would one see it–the current language for the current tab–if one has the status bar turned off? Hmmm…)
But…Are you talking about
For me I have set these to C++ in Notepad++, because that’s what they are, and syntax highlighting is just fine when I work on Arduino projects.
I have set these to C++ in Notepad++
And for those who don’t know/remember how: Go to Style Configurator, select C++, and add the
inoextension to the space-separated list of user extensions for C++
(Edit: fixed the extension to add; obviously, don’t need to add
cpp, which is the default)
Thank you very much:C++ is very comfortable, so I stay with it.