Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Using Apama with Software AG Designer | Setting the Apama Preferences | Syntax Coloring
Syntax Coloring
The Syntax Coloring page is available when you expand the Query node in the Apama preferences.
You can use this page to manage the syntax coloring that is used when you edit the EPL source code for a query definition in the Query Designer. See also Editing source code in Query Designer .
To change the color for a syntax element, click that element in the Token Styles list box. The current color of that element and also its background color is then shown on the Color and Background buttons. Click one of these buttons, and then choose the new color in the resulting dialog box.
If you want to define a text style (such as bold or italic) for the selected element, select the corresponding check box(es).
If you want to define a different font for the selected element, click the Change button that is shown next to the font name that is currently used. You can then define a different font in the resulting dialog box. You can also define a different font style or font size in that dialog. If you define a different color or effect in this dialog, however, this will be ignored.

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