No, there currently is no way to change the brace style.
I’ve read many very well written justifications for various brace styles. They have all made decent cases for one being more readable than another. In my experience, the most readable style is the one you are most used to reading. In research into the memory of experts versus novices, it has been shown that experts depend on familiar patterns to memorize complex states. My theory is that expert programmers use these familiar patterns when reading code to understand it at a higher level than just line-by-line or subexpression-by-subexpression. But even when confronted with unfamiliar patterns, experts can adjust and get back up to speed:
Further, Chase and Simon (1973) showed that when an actual chess position was shown using an unfamiliar notation (see Panel C in Figure 1), the chess expert was able to display a similar level of superior memory performance after a brief period of adjustment. This result implies that the superior memory of experts is not photographic and requires arrangements of chess pieces that can be encoded using associations to the experts’ extensive knowledge of chess.
So, I adjust to using whatever brace style the project I’m working in uses and don’t worry about it so much as I used to