I guess the only way (maybe ?) you can do that is to define a custom
scope in your current color scheme (something that doesn’t clash with the scopes provided by existing syntax definitions for code highlighting). You can then assign a custom
foreground color to it.
If you have the
PackageDev package installed, you can simply select
PackageDev -> Edit Current Color Scheme to get a new split window. In the
rules array on the right side, you can then add a new entry.
For example :-
Doing this & saving it should now give you access to the
preferred_name scope (in turn giving you the access to your choice of
foreground color) which can then be used as the
scope argument in the
If you don’t want to install an additional package, you will need to create a file by the same name as that of your current color scheme in the
User directory and then put the
rules array in that & save it.