Display Style and Colors
By default Wing runs with native look and feel for each OS (except on Linux where Wing cannot use the system-provided UI), and with a classic white background style for the editor.
Editor Color Configuration
The colors used in the user interface are selected with the Editor Color Palette preference. This affects editor background color and the color of markers on text such as the selection, debug run marker, caret line highlight, bookmarks, diff/merge annotations, and other configurable colors. Palettes also define 20 additional colors that appear in preferences menus that are used for selecting colors.
The defaults set by the color palette preference can be overridden on a value by value basis in preferences. For example, the Text Selection Color preference is used to change the text selection color to a value other than the one specified in the selected color palette. Each such preference allows selection of a color from the current color palette, or selection of any color from a color chooser dialog.
The colors used for syntax highlighting code in the editor are configured separately, as described in Syntax Coloring.
UI Color Configuration
To apply the editor color palette also to the UI outside of the editor, enable the Use Editor Palette Throughout the UI preference.
Add Color Palettes
Additional color palettes can be defined and stored in the palettes sub-directory of the user settings directory. This directory must be created if it does not already exist. Example palettes are included in your Wing IDE installation in resources/palettes. After adding a palette in this way, Wing must be restarted before it is available for use.