• anonymous
Code goes black after I save a module. Is there a way to prevent that? Maybe it's just a settings thing, but I googled it and found nothing.
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  • anonymous
When you say go black do you mean you lose the color coding in the text? I did this a few times before I realized it was happening because I wasn't explicitly including the .py file extension. Even though the window it said it was saving as a python file, it lost its color coding if I didn't add it manually. Hope this helps.
  • anonymous
Yeah, that was it! thanks!

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