Thanks hacktick. I must have been really out of it earlier not to remember that, or to notice all the imageshack URLs in other posts.
Anyway, here's my color scheme in C++ code:
And here it is for C# code;
Nothing too spectacular or original. Just a black background and colors that are easily distinguishable from one another.
I threw in a preprocessor directive to illustrate that. I'm not a fan of the link being underlined in my code, but I assume I could change that in the settings. Unlike the fact that the "user types" aren't highlighted in the C++ code, and the parentheses and braces aren't highlighted in the C# code. I guess you can't have everything.
Oh, and regarding non-monospace fonts.... I got a taste of that when I learned Pascal on a Mac in high school, because it was the IDE's default. Hated it. I cannot program in non-monospace fonts. I don't know what it is, but code in non-monospace font doesn't look like code to me. It looks like gibberish.