The natural language used in the UI.
The style used for the UI. The available options are different on different platforms.
The “default” style is either the most appropriate style on your platform or the style specified by the
--style command-line option.
On Windows, there’s an extra option “Auto Fusion”. “Auto Fusion” is either dark or light depending on the system theme (i.e. whether the Windows application theme is dark or light).
If there’s anything wrong after you change the UI style, you can try restarting CP Editor.
The syntax highlighting theme for the code editor.
The opacity of the main window.
Test Case Maximum Height
The maximum height of a test case before the scrollbar occurs.
Show Compile And Run Only
Hide the compile only and run only buttons.
It can be useful if you don’t care about the time used on compilation.
Display EOLN in Diff
Use “¶” to visualize the end-of-line in the diff viewer. It is useful if you want to see differences of the end-of-line (i.e. extra empty lines at the end).
Add extra margin at the bottom of the code editor
Add an extra margin at the bottom of the code editor, so that you can scroll less.
Due to technical reasons, it could slightly affect the operation history, i.e. you might be able undo the margin change by Ctrl+Z.
Show only Monospaced Font
When checked the font picker dialog shows only monospaced fonts.
The font for the code editor.
Test Cases Font
The font for the test cases.
Message Logger Font
The font for the messages.
Custom Application Font
Use a custom font for the UI (except for code editor, test cases, messages, etc.), instead of the system font.