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Vim9 now interprets '#' as the start of comment, but I use this character in color setting files. For instance:

hi Todo guifg=#d14a14 guibg=#1248d1 ctermfg=red ctermbg=darkblue
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    Strictly speaking, this is only a problem if you decide to use vim9 syntax. You can keep using the old syntax indefinitely if vim9 is inconvenient for you (but you will give up some performance improvements).
    – Kevin
    Jul 6, 2022 at 8:04

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In vim9 comment starts with either space+# or beginning of the line and # (as far as I remember). So your color setting would still work.

  1. :h vim9
  2. /Comments starting<CR>
To improve readability there must be a space between a command and the #
that starts a comment: >
    var name = value # comment
    var name = value# error!

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