Syntax highlighting is defined by the wordfile in the syntax highlighting options of the advanced configuration. You can open the wordfile and add or remove the FILE EXTENSION from the Extension list for the language which you do or do not want highlighted. A wordfile is a plain text configuration file that UltraEdit/UEStudio uses to highlight keywords in source code files. Besides highlighting, a wordfile also provides other features like code folding, brace matching, function listing, and more. (You can access your %appdata% directory by pressing Windows Key + R, typing %appdata% and pressing Enter.) To see exactly which directory UltraEdit is looking at for your wordfiles, go to Advanced -> Configuration -> Editor Display -> Syntax Highlighting, and look at the "Full directory path for wordfiles" setting.
In most cases, UltraEdit uses a file's extension to determine which wordfile/ language to use for its syntax highlighting. The file Special "_LANG - Strings - File extensions / names - Shebang parsing. UltraEdit has improved syntax highlighting and it now supports multiple languages within a single file. This is specifically for HTML type files. To help facilitate. There is not currently a syntax highlighting file for HL7, as HL7 is not intended to be edited by hand, as this would prove quite inefficient for the.
you can view an unsaved file with syntax highlighting by using View->View As( Highlighting File Type)-> and then choose which type you want. I can't seem to find the location of where you can select which coding language to choose when you want the format of the current edited text. In the interest of speed, many UltraEdit/UEStudio users want to associate specific file types with UltraEdit/UEStudio so as to allow them a fast and easy way to. The file is zipped in plain text format. It is ready to copy and the attached syntax to it. From memory UltraEdit allows up to 20 syntax highlighting.