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comment How can I tell kate to use CSS highlighting for .less files by default?
Next time just not defend your false answers and admit that you are wrong and I will not be "rude".
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comment How can I tell kate to use CSS highlighting for .less files by default?
"You only have to edit files if you want to use existing syntax files for new extensions. But if you use less.xml, then there's indeed no need to edit the file." That IS wrong! I bet you did not know about the option and the fact that you do not "have to" edit the files at all is right! End if story!I never said it is invalid to say it can also be edited in the files itself. You also said nothing about just an illustration its the latest version from today and if someone comes here a year from now he reads "copy paste this" and thats a bad idea to do so.My answer is better!
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comment How can I tell kate to use CSS highlighting for .less files by default?
Hmm? Actually you are wrong you can just type the extensions in there (the options i pointed to in my answer) with a semicolons between them.
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comment How can I tell kate to use CSS highlighting for .less files by default?
thanks, i got it already, forgot about this. Actaully you dont need to edit files at all.
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