It turned out that it worked for Ruby, but now I had a case where it didn't work: I also had changed the configuration for the Bash style, setting the Extension string to .bash;.bashrc;.sh;.sh_once;.zsh;.zshrc Now, a couple of days later, I opened a file with name common_show.zsh, and it was rendered as Text, not as Bash. Of course I could manually select the lexer, but I wonder why my settings did not invoke the lexer automatically. Could it be caused by the underscore in the filename?
This is great! May I suggest that the Style Configurator Window contains a small help text (or tooltip), explaining - maybe with an example - that the extensions should be separated by semicolon, as this is not obvious. Ronald On Fri, Jun 9, 2017, at 20:07, Stefan Kueng wrote: go to "configure styles" (in the "other" tab). Then in that dialog, select "Ruby" from the "Language" combobox. And then at the bottom, enter the extension "irbrc". Separate multiple file extensions with ";". The click ok....
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