Ooh, what beautiful colours…
To some clients, formatting the target text like the source text is extremely important. This is quite simple if a paragraph contains only one formatting, because applies this automatically.
However, this is getting a little complicated if a paragraph contains several formattings such as character formattings (e. g. bold, italics, underlined, superscript, subscript, etc.) because you have to identify which formatting the individual words in the source text have and then apply these correctly to the target text.
The Contrast Formatting feature in the Target Editor in crossDesk makes this much easier for you. You may specify your individual colour scheme under User Settings → crossDesk → Contrast Formatting (hint: move the lighter colours upwards using the arrow buttons on the top right, so the black font is easier to read). You may of course also define your own colours if you don't like the default colours.