you could just have gone to:

Menu > Settings > Style Configurator

Select HTML as the language

and added "mako" in the user extensions.

On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 1:48 PM, Marcin Krol <> wrote:
Paul Catalani wrote:
> mk,
> I'm not an authority on Notepad++, but this may work for you...
> 1) edit %APPDATA%\Notepad++\stylers.xml
> 2) search for 'html', the line will look like:
>         <LexerType name="html" desc="HTML" ext="">
> 3) add 'mako' to the ext attribute.
>         <LexerType name="html" desc="HTML" ext="mako">
> 4) restart Notepad++

Thanks, this worked!

Although, being pain in the ass, I'll ask if it's possible to set this
association on more than one extension: I tend to edit HTML in n++ as


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