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Activate highlighting of the current line and source analysis and move the caret to the `void F ...` line.
The background of the parameter declaration now gets a different background compared to the rest of the line.
From what I can tell, it is not the normal background color either, but something en between.
void F (int i)
I know what you mean - it's because of how it is implemented. I need a marker that can change the syntax colors - atm it paints over the region with an alpha channel to simulate the blend out effect.
It's not really a big issue, more of a polish suggestion :-)
y, that's why I've set it to 'low' for now :)
btw. it'll get more important when mono 2.12 with the new garbage collector ships
y it looked unprofessional - I've replaced it with a better solution by messing around with text attributes directly instead of painting a milky overlay.