3.2 Preferences
On this page:
3.2.1 Font
3.2.2 Colors
3.2.3 Editing
3.2.4 Warnings
3.2.5 Profiling
3.2.6 Browser

3.2 Preferences

The preferences dialog consists of several panels.

3.2.1 Font

This panel controls the main font used by DrScheme.

3.2.2 Colors

The Colors panel has several sub-panels that let you configure the colors that DrScheme uses for the editor background, for highlighting matching parentheses, for the online coloring for Scheme and Java modes, for Check Syntax, and for the colors of the text in the interactions window.

It also has two buttons, White on Black and Black on White, which set a number of defaults for the color preferences and change a few other aspects of DrScheme’s behavior to make DrScheme’s colors look nicer for those two modes.

3.2.3 Editing

The Editing panel consists of several sub-panels:

3.2.4 Warnings
3.2.5 Profiling

This preference panel configures the profiling report. The band of color shows the range of colors that profiled functions take on. Colors near the right are used for code that is not invoked often and colors on the right are used for code that is invoked often.

If you are interested in more detail at the low end, choose the Square root check box. If you are interested in more detail at the upper end, choose the Square check box.

3.2.6 Browser

This preferences panel allows you to configure your HTTP proxy. Contact your system administrator for details.