The Pseudocode Editor can be customized in terms of its background color, text and formatting options. There is a margin on the left hand side of the Pseudocode Editor can display information associated with statements and can be configured to your own preference.
Keyword text color
This is the color that is used for keywords when they are displayed normally.
Suspect syntax text color
When a composite statement is in a state where it doesn't start with the expected keyword, it is displayed in red by default.
Suspect semantics text color
Intermediate statements (e.g. else, case or catch) are expected to be in a specific parent and if they are in an unexpected position, they are displayed in grey by default.
When a new line is taken inside a composite statement in the Pseudocode Editor, the cursor is automatically indented by one tab.
The number of lines between the start and end tags of a composite statement.
Statements that are locked will have a padlock displayed in the left hand margin.
Statements that have code associated with them will have a code symbol displayed in the left hand margin.
Statements that have notes associated with them will have an envelop symbol displayed in the left hand margin.
Display line numbers
Line numbers are displayed in the left hand margin.
By default the background color of the Pseudocode Editor is white but you can change this to suit your own preferences.
The Pseudocode Editor uses Courier New as the default font but you can change this if you prefer another font.
Normal text color
This is the color of any non-keyword text.