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Revert font colours in the Rules and Process Editor
The process editor has recently had an update to the design where the font colours have now changed. The new font colours are hard to distinguish between. For example, previously element names used to be blue and function colours were pink. Now function colours are purple which is much closer to the blue colour. It doesn't stand out anymore. I used to be able to scan hundreds of lines of code in seconds and easily spot where it would say 'ExecuteProcess' to see where sub-processes were being kicked off. Now since the colours blend so closely together, its so hard to spot so I have to do a "find".
Also the colours are less bright than before. The green in commentary really stood out from the rest of the code and now its a bit more of a washed out green that doesn't stand out so much. So commentary isn't as clear as it once was. The font is thinner which is another thing that stops it from standing out.
I'm not sure why the font needed to change, but way it was before was more practical. I would like it reverted.
I have attached an example so you can see the before and after so you can see what I mean.
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