On 8/26/07, Colin Gregory Palmer <CGP(a)colingregorypalmer.net> wrote:
Is there any way to get textmate to print out documents double spaced?
Here's what I do for my Markdown stuff:
- Create a CSS stylesheet for printing. Adjust your line spacing there.
- Save it to ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Themes/WebPreview/print.css
- Preview your doc in TextMate
- Hit ⌘ + P
- Enjoy :)
You may have to override some default styles from TextMate, but the
effort is *really* worth it.
In fact, I now use "Print as PDF" to create beautiful documentation in
PDF for clients from Markdown documents.
Check this quick sample:
I've found the "Inspect Element" command in Safari 3 / WebKit is a
really powerful tool for creating your custom CSS file. You could also
take a look at the default CSS files in
get an idea on what you should override.
I think the TextMate manual does not go give enough information about
this feature (it had *nothing* last time I checked :) but it's not
rocket science either...
Please share your experiences, I think the whole list would benefit
from more information about it.
Hope it helps...