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Thanks Riva, this is a welcome addiiton for those of us that use NPP.

And the install was delightfully simple: after downloading the xml file linked in the first post, in NPP I opened the 'Defined Language dialog' (under the View menu option), clicked "Import" and navigated to the downloaded "userDefineLang.xml" file

Very nice!


Hi mem,
The most compleat intergration is to follow the instructions in post 13 but use the values in post 14 as could not get everthing working properly using the xml method. I would be better to start a new thread as this one is a bit confusing now but this will have to wait till I get home in a few days.
Don't PM me for help as I will ignore it.


I would be interested to know why the xml approach is not working as you want. The NPP user-defined language seems easier for users to install and more flexible  for those of use that want to switch between Arduino colouring and straight C++. Please do post a link if you start a new thread on this topic.


Don't PM me for help as I will ignore it.

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