using lovely Komodo Edit happily now since 10-15 years I've been defining my own color scheme, used over various file types. Since some time I have problems with the file type *.m for Matlab and *.py for Python. Depending on which file encoding I select in Komodo (either UTF-8 what I prefer or ASCII) Komodo changes the background color. Please inspect my two images two illustrate the problem. The 1st one (I select ASCII in Komodo) behaves as desired .
The 2nd one (I select UTF-8) poses the problem with altered and thus annoying background color: .
Question: Why does Komodo alter the background color between ASCII and UTF-8? I checked everywhere in the Color Scheme Editor, each entry is set correctly to the common background color I'm using as depicted in example 1.
The solution I'm seeking is to keep the UTF-8 file encoding scheme WITH my common and not an altered background color.
Note: As soon as I'm changing the file encoding, Komodo Edit 11 wants to save the file. Sure, cause it seeks to alter the file encoding as stored on the drive. But, on Ubuntu 16 using the tool 'file' to check the encoding, it remains always ASCII (at least in this example case).
Thanks for any help in advance