[TxMt] Retro ANSi DOS color theme
andreaswahlin at bredband.net
Thu Aug 11 13:31:22 UTC 2005
Christ that was ugly!
But for some perverse reason I'm attracted to it :)
I've myself made a "monochrome" theme that's supposed to work when
you have inversed colours (by pressing command+ctrl+option+8) so it's
basicly just green on black right now. I thought of adding perhaps
different grades of green, and perhaps even blue and red, I'm not
sure yet, and not even sure if I want to code in such a theme, but I
do like the style.
In any case, it's great to see more syntax colouring schemes, keep
On Aug 11, 2005, at 12:55 , thomas Aylott wrote:
> I first got started in computers with a DOS pc. I was an artist for
> dial-up BBS boards before the internet was.
> I know most people are into Mac chic, but I've always had a
> fondness for my oldschool CiA agent_42 days.
> Check out http://www.sixteencolors.net/Artist/?Artist=agent_42 to
> see what the 'scene' was like back in 'the day'.
> This theme is a first release. I can't code without a good basic
> theme, but I need to make it better, especially for other languages.
> This theme has been tested with html, xhtml, XML (and friends),
> don't code in those (with textMate) too often.
> The theme rendering & code view does get a bit slowish with all the
> fancy stuff going on with transparency & background colors. If
> anyone can suggest ways to speed up the rendering that'd be swell.
> I have Quarts 2D extreme turned on (using quartz debug & force
> quitting to keep changes) for faster text-rendering & better anti-
> aliasing. I'm using proFont 9px anti-aliased. The bold only shows
> up with anti-aliasing off though.
> please check this out & share your reactions, good or bad. I know
> this is not for everyone, but I was just so psyched about the
> AWESOME theming & scope capabilities of textMate not to share.
> <x51 _ Retro ANSi.plist>
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