Shader syntax highlighting in Visual Studio 2013/2015

I found this Visual Studio Extension is more useful than the default C syntax and it works it works with 2015 (follow the link, there's a 2015 download).

I didn't like the default colours but they're easy to change in the normal Fonts and Colors location "I’ve also added a separate colour setting for anything that is defined as a type. This should appear in Tools > Options > Environment > Fonts and Colors in the display items list for the text editor colours. Scroll down to ‘n’ and you should see all the NShader colour settings. The new setting is ‘NShader – Type’."
Thanked by 1roguecode
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