The objective of this blog is to get rid of the selection highlight that looks like as shown below screenshot.
In Visual studio code, when cursor is placed next to curly braces, brackets it highlights all other symbols that’s in current file. Some may like it some would like it to disable. Personally, I find it annoying and would like to hide it. I had to dig in settings and run hit and trial to disable the settings. The setting that’s need to be disabled is
Setting to disable the highlight
This article assumes that you are familiar with visual studio code settings editor. If you don’t know how to open settings editor then please visit my guide on how to switch to visual studio code settings editor mode
In Visual studio code settings editor
2 Replies to “Disable annoying highlight in visual studio code”
Good as far as it goes, but one vital piece of information is missing – where exactly is the ‘Visual studio code settings editor’? Might be a good idea to include this, as perhaps many of the people reading this may possibly be new to the VS U, given the subject of the post 😉
Hi Jazx, thank you for feedback. I will update post with this piece of information.
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