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There are times when you want to change the default appearance or behavior of KDevelop, for example because you are used to different keyboard shortcuts or because your project requires a different indenting style for source code. In the following sections, we briefly discuss the various ways how KDevelop can be customized for these needs.
There are a number of useful things one can configure in and around KDevelop's built-in editor. Of more universal use is to switch on line numbering using the menu entry → → , making it easier to match compiler error messages or debug messages with locations in the code. In the same submenu you may also want to switch on the Icon border - a column to the left of your code in which KDevelop will show icons such as whether there is a breakpoint on the current line.