I’m using #000c00cf to make the gutter slightly transparent, and can confirm that it is RGBA.
When you’re editing your background color are you switching away from your current theme and back to apply the changes?
Is your theme’s background being reset by other backgrounds? My body is barely transparent (#211e1ef4) and one important step to make this look nice was to find and remove instances of "background = #211e1e".
Hope that helps! Graham
On 3 Apr 2019, at 6:33, Angelo Varlotta wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion, but this creates backgrounds that are dark grey with no transparency. I could be mistaken but I think the color code format is not RGBA.
grady player wrote on 03/04/2019 13:47:
assuming background = '#EEEEEEEB'; is RGBA EB is pretty close to opaque... you could try something like '#EEEEEEA0'; or '#EEEEEE75'; or something
On Wed, Apr 3, 2019 at 5:28 AM Angelo Varlotta <firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com> wrote:
Hello, I've recently updated to Mojave and I noticed that a TextMate theme I use called iPlastic doesn't allow a transparency for the background. For the same background setting in High Sierra the background now is solid. I've tried modifying the theme directly in the Bundle editor and tried different color codes for the background entry, which was background = '#EEEEEEEB'; before the OS update, but I haven't been able to add any transparency. Does anyone have suggestions? Angelo _______________________________________________ textmate mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org
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