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Show Color

Note

To enable this feature, use the Quick Setup or Editor | All Languages | Show Color options page.

Show Color simplifies the process of working with color in code. Each color identifier is marked with a color sample that enables you to see the specified color.

The CodeRush Color dialog enables you to visually choose the most suitable color from the palette. To open the CodeRush Color dialog, click the color sample at the bottom of the code.

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