On the Visual LISP Tools menu, the Window Attributes submenu includes options for customizing the VLISP windowing environment, controlling attributes such as colors, fonts, and code formatting. The Syntax Coloring, Current to Prototype, and All to Prototype options are available only for text editor windows.
VLISP allows you to define prototype configurations for text editor windows. The prototype becomes the default configuration for these windows. For example, when you open a new file in the VLISP text editor, the editor window assumes the attributes and properties of the prototype editor configuration. The window prototype includes
Every time you change and save any text editor window attribute settings, VLISP will ask you if the modified setting should be used as a prototype for the window type.