mats at imediatec.co.uk
Mon Jun 13 14:27:23 UTC 2005
On 13 Jun 2005, at 15:10, Todd Dominey wrote:
> Question -- how do you change the transparency value of the
> document window? The latest beta defaults to this, and God almighty
> does it hurt my eyes. ActionScript syntax highlighting doesn't
> appear to be working either, which makes the transparency even
> harder to read text on.
Todd, I assume you have TM 1.1b12 installed. If not download it from
Macromates.com/ home page.
1. Activate Theme Editor (TE) Cmd + Ctrl + Alt + T or View ->
Theme -> Theme Editor.
2. In TE look for your current Theme setting: Bright, Dark or
Grey. Make sure you are working within the correct Theme.
3. Look for items called: "ColorSet: ..." and you should only have
one "ColorSet:..." active (ticked checkbox)
4. Toggle the "ColorSet: .." and then you should see the first
item called: Text, Source, Base, Background or something similar.
Click on the colour well for the "background" colour and then a Apple
Colour palette window opens. In the bottom of that palette there's a
slider for the Opacity. change that.
ActionScript Syntax should work, if not please provide us with some
further information, such as screenshot and scope setting of non-
Hope that helps you, otherwise come back here, or even better get on
the TextMate IRC and ask (info on homepage as well)
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