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In the Standard View Mode, Indigo supports a syntax coloring feature where you can define keywords that can be rendered with one of three user defined colors.  
This is a useful feature to help draw visibility/attention to targeted keywords and phrases.  

User defined keywords and colors are configured in color syntax filters.
The Syntax Color Editor is used create and edit these syntax color filters.


Click here to learn more about applying a Syntax Color Filter to a terminal session window.

Syntax Color Editor

When the Syntax Color Editor is launched, you can choose to create a New syntax color filter or edit and existing color filter.

After creating a new or selecting an existing color filter, the editor dialog will be displayed.

You can select from the various color options and define the foreground and background colors.
(To set a background color, you must uncheck the Default Background Color checkbox.)

In the botton portion of the Syntax Color Editor, you can define a list of keywords that you want to apply a color filter to.
After adding a keyword, select from the three color options that you want to apply to that keyword. 

When you have completed the desired configuration, click the Close button at the top of the dialog to save and close the editor.

The Syntax Color Editor also supports color filters for strings enclosed in a delimiter and comments defined between a start and end delimiter.

Tools Menu

You can access the Syntax Color Editor from the Tools Menu.

Session Menu

You can access the Syntax Color Editor from the Session Menu.

Session Toolbar

You can access the Syntax Color Editor from the session toolbar menu.

Session Context Menu

You can access the Syntax Color Editor from the session right-click context menu..

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