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PixelBin says

I’ve been looking for the perfect ‘code view’ font because they’re all so nice… :)

Some good ones I found were Monaco, and Envy Code. What are your favorites, and which ones do you use?

Also, for those that use Dreamweaver, what color scheme do you use? I’ve been looking for a dark color scheme, but can’t seem to find one.

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contempoinc says

I use the default code color scheme for DW, I would think looking at the light on dark would hurt the eyes a little bit after awhile.

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fatjoez says

I made my own colour scheme for notepad2 light on dark is definately the way to go – easier on the eyes

for font i use Dejavu Sans Mono

Here’s a screenshot

http://i28.tinypic.com/2qk5etj.jpg

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PixelBin says
I made my own colour scheme for notepad2 light on dark is definately the way to go – easier on the eyes

for font i use Dejavu Sans Mono

Here’s a screenshot

http://i28.tinypic.com/2qk5etj.jpg

That looks pretty nice. I need to find something like that for Dreamweaver. I’m too lazy to come up with my own. I’m not very good at picking complimentary colors.

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