Color-coding keywords in comments

Is there a way to turn off special color-coding in Ruby comments? For example, my comments are gray, but whenever I have an embedded string in them (using single or double quotes) or any keyword like "if" or "when" or "case" those get the "special coloring"  they would normally get when they are outside comments.

Comment blocks are easily identifiable when they are all one color, but when they are peppered with all sorts of different colors for different words... well, it's just kind of confusing and off-putting. (At least to me.) Also, conceptually, a comment is just that - a comment. Words like "if" and "when" should not have special meaning (i.e. special coloring) within them. (At least in my opinion.)

I searched for a way to turn this off but could not find one. Does anyone know if it can be done?

Thanks,
Larry

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It seems like you're having similar issue as here

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Thanks, Dennis. I did search the forum but didn't find anything, even with a generic search term like "comment color". Thanks for the heads-up about the issue tracker - I voted for it.

-- Larry

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Thanks, Dennis. I did search the forum but didn't find anything, even  with a generic search term like "comment color". Thanks for the  heads-up about the issue tracker - I voted for it.

-- Larry

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The problem is already fixed in latest RubyMine plugin build.

Regards,
Oleg

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