1. Export your highlighting settings and attach the created *.acnfg file to your reply. For this, click TestComplete’s Tools | Settings | Export Settings and enable several Root | Options options specified in the attached ExportSettings.png file.
2. Make a screenshot demonstrating what your Code Editor panel looks like and attach it to your reply as well.
1. Download the *.acnfg file corresponding to the scheme you like.
2. Click TestComplete’s Tools | Settings | Import Settings and specify the file you’ve downloaded.
Like Dmitry, I prefer dark syntax highlighting themes, because I find them easier for the eyes. Here's my take on the Wombat theme. It's a low-contrast light-on-dark scheme featuring some blue, green and red (sky blue, yellow green and light coral to be more presice . Hope you like it!
I also recommend using the Consolas font instead of the default Courier New. Consolas is included in Windows Vista, Windows 7, Office 2007, Visual Studio 2010 and also comes free with PowerPoint Viewer and Office Compatibility Pack.
My theme is dark as well
It looks like most of us prefer the dark theme... I'm wondering, what may this mean? Is there anybody who uses light theme?
I like some extraordinary color mixture so I always experiment with a view of the code editor so it can either calm me down or make me anxious. Currently the color scheme is like this
This is a port of the popular Zenburn syntax highlighting theme.