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draw-focus-rectangle: preference variable

Default value: 0

If nonzero, Epsilon for Windows draws a focus box around the current line, to make it easier for a user to locate the caret. A value of 1 produces a normal-sized focus rectangle.

You can customize its shape by setting this variable to a four-digit number. The four digits represent the left, right, top and bottom sides of rectangle. The digit 5 represents the normal position of that side; lower values constrict the box and higher values expand it. For instance, 5555 represents the usual box size, while 1199 represents a box that's extra narrow at its sides and extra tall.

Set the screen-decoration color class to change the box's color.

More info:

Customizing the Screen
Other Changes in Epsilon 10 (Changes from Older Versions)



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