#60 Colors preference not saving

v1.0_(example)
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nobody
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2014-01-29
2009-02-12
Anonymous
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I am using Tinn-R 2.2.0.2 on Windows XP 64-Bit. I have adjusted the color preferences for the the default R_complex. However, when I exit the program the changes I made are not saved and default back to the original (with the exception of the Active Line (BG) color). Is it possible to save the preferences or must they be set with each use?

Discussion

  • I noticed this too.

     
  • Same here with Windows XP 32 bit version and Tinn-R 2.2.0.2.

     
  • jcfaria
    jcfaria
    2009-07-17

    Hi,

    Sorry, I wonder it is not a bug!
    Read the topic "Colors preference" it the User guide (Help/Main/HTML).

    file:///C:/Tinn-R/doc/english/user_guide/user_guide.html#working_colors

    You will see the below:

    ...
    Observation:

    Tinn-R has four multi-highlighters: HTML complex, PHP complex, R
    complex and Sweave, described below:

    1. HTML complex = HTML & JavaScript
    2. PHP complex = HTML & JavaScript & PHP
    3. R complex = R & URI ('<<<' begin URI
      '>>>' end URI)
    4. Sweave = TeX & R ('>>=' begin R
      '@' end R)

    URI : Uniform Resource Identifiers.
    R complex: The main syntax is R, '<<<' and '>>>' are the tags which
    enable the user to insert a block of URI syntax.
    Sweave : The main syntax is TeX, '>>=' and '@' are the tags which
    enable the user to insert a block of R syntax.

    These highlighters haven't priorities when you set the syntax color
    preferences. Thus, if you change the colors' preferences of any of
    these multi-highlighters (HTML complex, PHP complex, R complex and
    Sweave) these settings will be valid only in the current Tinn-R
    session and will not be saved when Tinn-R is closed. So, if you want
    to make permanent changes, set the preferences from all simple
    highlighters (R, TeX, HTML, JavaScript, PHP and URI).

    HTH,

     
  • jcfaria
    jcfaria
    2014-01-29

    • status: open --> closed
    • Group: --> v1.0_(example)