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To the left of the IDE in Godot scripts are highlighted in range of color from blue to red. What does this represent?

asked Jun 6, 2016 in Engine by independentCog (59 points)

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+3 votes
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it's a scale of "heat" red is the "hottest" script or help page, the last you clicked, and the "most blue" is the "colder" the last you accessed. So get's easier to see what scripts you are working with(for me) i play with this too because i'm silly :D

answered Jun 6, 2016 by tiernich (423 points)
selected Jun 6, 2016 by independentCog

Thats actually a really cool feature. Thanks for the info! =D I had all manner of complicated craziness as to what it meant going through my head and finally got to the point where I had to ask lol.

no problem, i'm really a crazy person
put this in a script
#-------------------------
#-------------------------

then select one of the "-" or many and see godot draw some patterns... i'm really crazy XO lol

+2 votes

It's called 'Script Temperature' and gives a color indication of which scripts you have worked on most recently (hot) and least recently (cold). The colors are adjustable in menu Settings->Editor Settings->Text Editor

script temperature settings

answered Jun 6, 2016 by ericdl (1,288 points)
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