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There is a color coding profile for JavaDoc doc comments where you can add this.

With a javascript file open, go to Document -> Javascript Options, and click on the "Color Coding" entry.   At the top of the Color Coding page, there's a pull down for "Profile".  Click on that, and select JavaDoc.  Now it should show the @keywords for javadoc, and you can click on "Add Words..." to add @returns.  And hit OK, and then @returns should be color coded in JavaDoc for all languages, not just TypeScript.

Features and/or Improvements / Re: Linux AARCH64/ARM64 support...
« Last post by rjpontefract on September 30, 2022, 07:20:15 am »
Sorry for digging up an old thread, but I'd like to also ask if there are any plans for an AARCH64 Linux version of Slickedit?  I'm running Ubuntu 22.04 for ARM in Parallels on an m1 Mac and it would be nice to run SE.

While I'm asking, I've also got Windows 11 for ARM in a VM.  The intel version of SE runs OK, but a native AARCH64 version would be nice. 
While editing TypeScript or JavaScript, SE formats "@return" as a keyword in a function description. My company uses the alias "@returns", which isn't formatted.  Can you add the alias?  Is there a place for me to patch it in?
SlickEdit 2022 v27 Beta Discussion / Re: cmake color coding issue
« Last post by Dennis on September 29, 2022, 03:13:35 pm »
Fixed for RC1.
SlickEdit 2022 v27 Beta Discussion / cmake color coding issue
« Last post by rowbearto on September 29, 2022, 02:54:58 pm »
See attached screenshot from a CMakeLists.txt file.

Here is the text you can copy/paste to repro:

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target_include_directories(${EXE_NAME} PUBLIC ${BOOST_PREFIX}/include)
target_link_directories(${EXE_NAME} PUBLIC ${BOOST_LIB_DIR})
target_link_libraries (${EXE_NAME} LINK_PUBLIC boost_program_options ${BUILD_TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES})
Thanks! You mentioned RC 1. Will beta4 be RC 1?
Fixed for RC 1. Thanks for posting.
See attached picture.

Here is the text so you can copy/paste and repro:

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        colorcodingFStringIssue = f'abc escaped {{abc}}'
        colorcodingFStringOK    = f"abc escaped {{abc}}"
Hi Dennis,


I am able to reproduce the issue using your simple code example!

( I checked, that option was already on )
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