If you’re going to be staring at a screen all day writing code, you had better
enjoy looking at your screen! Many IDEs and Editors allow you ability to make
your editor have a custom look, and Komodo is no exception. There are 40 color
schemes that come with Komodo , and they are fully customizable.
If you open Komodo and think “Were the Komodo devs wearing a lamp shade when they chose this default scheme?”, or “Who’s *genius* idea was it to have a dark scheme as the default?” (There was a vote…so it might have been you) then you’ll be happy to learn that you can change the color scheme to your liking.
I put together a short screen cast to show you the preferences and how it works:
So as I said, try out the color schemes. Try them all! If you get in trouble,
tell your boss to post his questions and comments in the [Komodo forums][forums].
We’ll be sure to put in a good word for you.
Title photo courtesy of David Pisnoy on Unsplash.