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    MS VisualC++ IDE


    I played with my MSVC++ IDE and changed the coer scheme of my IDE at home. I did this coz my eyes get easily tired with the default IDE settings with the background of white. Now, I'm really contented with it. My problem is, I installed MSVC++ 6.0 at work and same goes of course, the IDE uses the default color scheme. Now here's my question...

    Is there an easy way for me to change the color scheme of that on my work with the new color settings I have at home for the IDE? What I mean is... is there any file where MSVC++ save data for the color settings of the IDE so that everytime I'd like to use my own IDE color scheme I won't repeat the step-by-step process I usually do to obtain what I like my IDE to look like? A file that I could copy and save at work so that when I start-up my MSVC++ I'll get what I want it to look like at home.

    Any help would be appreciated. TIA!



    .alienx
    Last edited by AlienX; July 10th, 2003 at 05:37 AM.

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