For all Notepad++ enthusiasts out there utilizing Pine Script, I present a UDL(User Defined Language)... for Notepad++... for Pine Script v4.0... on 4K LCDs.
This is only for a dark background in Notepad++ editor, FYI. I would also like to mention, I used a 42" 4K LCD at this time of initial publication.
NOTICE: Please be sure to strip the "//" from this code on every line where the XML is commented with Pine Script comment operators(//) before saving to drive as an XML (*. xml ) file. This may be done easily within the Pine Editor using 'CTRL + /' after a click/drag selection of the bulk XML code. Pine Script commenting will then be stripped out of the XML following after the beginning/closing tags <NotepadPlus> and </NotepadPlus>.
The entire section below entitled "Notepad++ UDL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS" is not required for importation into Notepad++. These are just HOW TOs concerning export/configuration in Notepad++ in the XML comments <!-- -->, and will be ignored if it's included during the import procedure, no worries.
I will update this as PSv4.0 evolves and time provides itself to me. Any anomalies discovered, please respectfully contact me privately via TV chat to discuss any ideas/concerns.
With all that aforementioned said, I believe this will be very useful to Pine Script developers who use Notepad++ editor in tandem with Pine Editor, further unleashing the "Power of Pine" on this planet.
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I dont know is it only me but you should also change "Current line background color" as it is to bright in defaul settings. For me i chose R:47 G:62 B:85 and it looks nice now :) and dont know how to use it only for Pinescript editing because to enable this colors i had to check box "Enable global background colour" which changed it everywhere. Did i make something wrong?
Greatlly apreciated! Thanks again