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I am using a dark scheme with a custom language / syntax highlighting. This results in a "find result" window which is very hard to read. Where does Notepad++ find results style get set, so I can adjust these settings (does it affect the regular code coloring scheme?)?

Solution:

Settings > Style Configurator - Language: "search result" If it doesn't work for you, check the global override settings

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Close the question if you've found the solution. –  micke Mar 16 '12 at 12:38
    
@micke No. Do not close. You can answer your own question and then later accept the answer. –  iglvzx Apr 25 '12 at 23:35

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In Settings > Style Configurator go to the Language tab, "Search Result" option and change the colors there.

If this doesn't work, check the global override settings.

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If the style settings are not remembered when you close and run again Notepad++, execute it with the admin privileges (right click > Run as administrator), make the changes, then close the program. The settings will be properly saved; then you can run Notepad++ as usual. –  Double Gras Mar 15 at 1:58

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