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change qm editor background and foreground
#1
i am trying to change the background and foreground colors in qm. i would prefer to have a dark background as its easier on the eyes .
i can change the background and foreground colors but any code shows the default style still.

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int h=id(2210 _hwndqm)
SendMessage h SCI.SCI_STYLESETBACK SCI.STYLE_DEFAULT 0x464646
SendMessage h SCI.SCI_STYLESETFORE SCI.STYLE_DEFAULT 0xC0C0C0
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SendMessage h SCI.SCI_STYLERESETDEFAULT 0 0
  clear all is no help as i want to keep everything but the background and foreground colors


   
what am i missing?
in future qm versions would love to see the ability to fully style qm and create a vs dark theme for qm
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Macro Macro5
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int backColor(0x464646) foreColor(0xC0C0C0)
int h=id(2210 _hwndqm)
int i
for i 0 18
,SendMessage h SCI.SCI_STYLESETBACK i backColor
SendMessage h SCI.SCI_STYLESETFORE 0 foreColor
SendMessage h SCI.SCI_STYLESETFORE 14 foreColor ;;variables; or change it in Options, because default is black


#ret
;style indices used by QM
enum STYLES
{
,STYLE_COMMENT=1, STYLE_COMMENT_AFTER,
,STYLE_STRING, STYLE_NUMBER, STYLE_OPERATOR, STYLE_PUNCTUATION,
,STYLE_F_QM, STYLE_F_UDF, STYLE_F_DLL, STYLE_DIR,
,STYLE_TYPE, STYLE_DEF, STYLE_LIB,
,STYLE_VARIABLE, STYLE_REGION,
,STYLE_MENU_ICON, STYLE_TAB,
,STYLE_NSTYLES_QM,
,//these are not true styles. Will be mapped to other values or messages.
,STYLE__SELECTION=STYLE_NSTYLES_QM,    //SCI_SETSELBACK
,STYLE__CARETLINE,                    //SCI_SETCARETLINEVISIBLE, SCI_SETCARETLINEBACK
,STYLE__SELBAR, STYLE__SELBAR_FOCUS,    //STYLE_LINENUMBER, etc
,//these are true styles (not mapped)
,STYLE__SELBAR_CHANGEDLINE_NEW, STYLE__SELBAR_CHANGEDLINE_OLD,
,//mapped again
,STYLE__ANNOTATION, //STYLE__ANNOTATION_OFFSET
,STYLE__FINDHIGHLIGHT, //SCI_INDICSETFORE, SCI_MARKERSETBACK
,//mapped again
,STYLE__NSTYLES_QM,

#ifndef SCI_LINK_INDICATORS
,STYLE__HIDDEN=STYLE_DEFAULT-1, //31. Used with links.
#endif

,STYLE__ANNOTATION_OFFSET=256,
};
#3
thanks Gintaras


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