PacScript color coding not being recognized in Wincaps III program editor

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If your PACScript program code in WINCAPS is not showing the desired color scheme (green for comments, blue for commands, etc), there is an easy solution for this.


Step 1:

Close WinCAPS III along with any other DENSO software that may be running.

Step 2:

Go to the following directory on your PC:
C:\Users\<yourusername>\AppData\Roaming\DENSO Wave\Wincaps3

Step 3

Identify the PAC.ini file, and delete it.

Step 4

Open WINCAPS like normal, and the software will generate a new PAC.ini file with the corrected data.

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