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Semantic colorization with Solarized

Oct 30, 2014 at 11:47 AM
Hi everyone,

I've noticed some ostensibly wacky colorization of Python code in VS2013 with PTVS 2.1.

I prefer to use the Solarized Dark theme (via VS2013 Color Themes extension).

For example, braces and operators are black, and function names are not colorized correctly (or at all - they're not distinct from the rest of the code).

Keywords like 'import', 'def', and 'if' are colorized (incorrectly).

So, a few questions:
  • Has anyone else notices anything similar?
  • Is this a result of the semantic colorization introduced in PTVS 2.1?
  • Is this an issue for the Color Themes extension to solve?
Thanks for any ideas!
Oct 30, 2014 at 2:12 PM
It's probably something for the theme to solve, they'll need to add customisations for our colors ('Python Class', etc.) as you can see in Tools - Options - Fonts and Colors. You can also customise these colors for yourself.
Oct 30, 2014 at 4:15 PM
Okay; good. I'll edit the settings myself.

Thanks for the quick reply!