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Grey syntax color issue in `#if !UNITY_EDITOR ~ #endif` in VS 2015.
Every code between
#if !UNITY_EDITOR && UNITY_METRO and
#endif becomes grey in VS 2015 Update 3. How do I bring the color back? They are colored in VS CODE but not in VS(Visual Studio).
Is this true that this logic is by its product design? Read this