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C++ ProgramEditor & changing background colors selected text

by smikkellsmurf / November 20, 2014 7:29 AM PST

Looking for highlightning C++ Program Editor with also the posibility to change the background of some selected pieces of text (not the whole background of the screen)

i'm trying to find a CodeEditor for programming C++ with high-lightning and changing background color of selected text.
NOT THE BACKGOUND COLOR OF THE WHOLE SCREEN !!!
So i mean:
- Highlightning the text as usual
and
- select text and change only the background color of that selected piece of text.

I tryed ultra edit, visual studio, codelite, C-free5, UEStudio, notepad++, and many others.
Nothing works like it should be.
I must say that Notepad++ is the closest for now, but this program is not working like it should ether.
Notapad++ give about 5 colors to choose from, but all the same colors al linked together.
When you make a mistake, you can not make it undone, you have to remove all of that color and start over.

Who now's a nice editor that highlights with also the posibility to select pieces of text and change only the background of that text into multiple colors ???

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"Nothing works like it should be."
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 20, 2014 7:44 AM PST

Given the decades since programming on PCs and such, how could this be? Anyhow, now you have your next great project. I can't guess which compiler/IDE/YAIDE you use but Visual Studio allows you to modify it with plugins and more.

It may take a year but craft your own tools and you'll be happier.
Bob

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PS. More at link.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 20, 2014 8:12 AM PST
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