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Problem

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.


Solution

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.