Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing the interface, part of Adobe Edge Code and Brackets: First Look.
…No matter what the defaults are on any code editor, it's always a…good idea to customize things so they're just the way you like them.…Now this editor doesn't have all the features you might find in…other places, but there's still a lot of ways to customize things.…I know we've already touched on this but I…like to make my font a lot bigger than usual.…So the way you do that in this editor is by…going to the View menu and selecting Increase or Decrease Font Size.…Notice the command keys are…Cmd+ and Cmd-.…There's also an option to restore the font…size to the original settings when you open…the application, but this is way too tiny,…the engineers at Adobe must have eagle vision.…
So, I want to make mine a lot bigger, I'll use…the command keys this time, Cmd+, until it's nice and comfortable.…Now in the View menu, there is a lot of other options you can control.…So, for example, you can choose to highlight the active line,…and what that does is when you click on a line,…it shows it to you in a highlighted color.…
- What are Edge Code and Brackets?
- Installing Edge Code and Brackets
- Working with files
- Adding custom fonts
- Using Edge Inspect CC