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idle-coloring-delay: preference buffer-specific variable

Default value: 100

When Epsilon isn't busy acting on your keystrokes, it looks through the current buffer and assigns colors to the individual regions of text, so that Epsilon responds faster as you scroll through the buffer. For smoother performance, Epsilon doesn't begin to do this until it's been idle for a certain period of time, specified by this variable. Set it to the number of hundredths of a second to wait before computing more coloring information. With its default value of 100, Epsilon waits one second. Set it to -1 to disable background code coloring.

More info:

Code Coloring



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