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This question is different that the following question

TeXStudio : Disable auto-completion of parentheses

The above question asks how to disable automatic completion of parentheses (which I have disabled).

I am not able to find how to disable another very annoying feature. When the mouse is on a "(" or a "$" or "{" any token that requires a corresponding token on the other side, TexStudio jumps in and highlights these with a yellow box and changes the letter to red.

I spend long time and googling and not able to find what I need to turn off. I think I turned off almost everything, and it still does it. Turned of all syntax highlighting I can see.

Here is an example:

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Here is my configuration

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I am ready to uninstall this software, but thought to ask here first. (or may be I should just use emacs and be done with it)

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Windows 7, 64 bit. Miktex 9 (latest)

thank you

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    Unfortunately, I can only help with one part: Use Emacs (with AUCTeX) and be done with it. ;) – jon Feb 25 '14 at 6:31
  • In the syntax highlighting window right click on the colors for bracematch to remove them. I would ask such questions at the sourceforge site of texstudio. They are quite helpful there. – Ulrike Fischer Feb 25 '14 at 8:07
  • @UlrikeFischer thanks! I had no idea one has to also "right" click on the colors to also turn that off. I assumed that what the checkbox was for, which I did turn off. Please make this an answer to close this. I did not know about the sourceforge site of texstudio. Thanks again. I have now decided to delay my switch to emacs. – Nasser Feb 25 '14 at 8:22
  • @Nasser: Well I didn't know it either. But it was quite obvious for me that the colors could be changed and that they must be a way to disable a color -- after all some of the color blobs didn't show a color. So I right click to see if there is a context menu. – Ulrike Fischer Feb 25 '14 at 8:36
  • @UlrikeFischer well, what can I say. You are then just smarter than me :) as I did not think of clicking on the color. – Nasser Feb 25 '14 at 8:42
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In the syntax highlighting window right click on the colors for bracematch to remove them. I would ask such questions at the sourceforge site of texstudio. They are quite helpful there.

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