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When editing JSPs in Netbeans, the scriptlets and JavaScript sections are both highlighted the same color, which is a little visually confusing. Is there any way to modify the color scheme so that scriptlets have one background color and JavaScript sections have a different color?


I'm using Netbeans 7.2, and I've looked through Options->Fonts & Colors

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You can change jsp scriptlet tag background color by

Options -> Fonts & Colors -> Select language JSP -> JSP Scriplet tag -> Change the background Color

and for javascript

Select Language HTML ->Javascript Embedded in HTML -> Change the background Color

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Awesome, it looks like Netbeans 8 added this functionality. – RustyTheBoyRobot Dec 1 '14 at 17:49

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