I need some help modifying the default syntax colors. I've already spent too much time trying to research how to change the following shell script default, please help me... ;-(

Here's the way I don't like

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Here's how I would prefer it to be

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Is there any hope of setting this up? I'm not color blind, but the red/blue just isn't friendly to my aging eyes. As you can see from the pictures, the issue is in the context of a variable tagged delimiter (or Operator?) as follows:

 {program}   <<{variable}
       more code...
       even more...

Any help would be terrific!

  • What language is it? – miroxlav Jul 8 '18 at 12:11
  • Shell scripting with inline SQL code – Dennis Jorgenson Aug 31 '18 at 19:53

The trick is that language Languages > Shell (for sh extension) is in Style Configurator presented as bash what can be misleading (and it was misleading for me), but it is really the same language. And inside its styles, you can control a style called HERE Q to achieve what you need.

See the attached screenshot:

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