Download and Share Visual Studio Color Schemes
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Published: 29 Apr 2010
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In this article, Scott examines the usage of Visual Studio Color Schemes in detail with the help of screenshots.
by Scott Guthrie
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As developers we often spend a large part of our day staring at code within Visual Studio.  If you are like me, after a while the default VS text color scheme starts to get a little boring.

The good news is that Visual Studio allows you to completely customize the editor background and text colors to whatever you want – allowing you to tweak them to create the experience that is “just right” for your eyes and personality.  You can then optionally export/import your color scheme preferences to an XML file via the Tools->Import and Export Settings menu command.

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