I use iPlastic for everything. I used to be a dark background guy,
started using iPlastic for no apparent reason, and still am.
I even like the transparency! Something I'd like to see (slightly of
topic) is a shortcut to either (a) change themes (more general), (b)
or change the transparency of the background (less general). Because
then I'd be able to see what's under my document at the press of a
button, a feature that I use iPlastic for when looking at, say, a web
page and editing a document to do with that page. If I could switch
themes with a keypress, then I'd make an iPlastic theme with no
transparency, and another with higher contrast and more transparency.
On 12 Sep 2005, at 16:39, Jeroen van der Ham wrote:
It's nice to see what theme everyone is using,
although I haven't seen
anyone who admits to using iPlastic...
I wrote it originally, as the first theme for TM, taking some nice
from SEE, vim and others.
But I'd like to hear from people what's wrong with it, how it could be
And I'm also very interested in a 'scientific' research about what in
themes makes it best to use.
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