[TxMt] old colour schemes
james at aviditybytes.com
Fri Jun 24 00:24:34 UTC 2005
On 24/06/2005, at 6:47 AM, Mats Persson wrote:
> On 23/06/2005, at 11:36 PM, James Hill wrote:
>> Just updated to textmate 1.1b13, and I no longer have the
>> beautiful colour scheme, is there anyway i can get the old colour
>> schemes back, with the new version.. I need help, i know it's
>> finicky but i find it really hard to develop in anything but that
>> scheme, and it's partly why i purchased textmate to begin with.
> I'm not entirely sure what colour scheme it is that you are/were
> using, but I would guess you were using the "saturated colours on
> black background" theme that was default in Ruby in b5. If so, you
> should select "Colorset: All Hallow's Eve" in the Theme Editor and
> you should be back on track. There are other alternatives though
> which might be better.
Yeah tried All Hallow's Eve, quite similar, but little differences,
the current line is some browny/yellow that makes the light blue
impossible to read, I thought, no worries i'll just change that
colour, so I went through all the options in Theme Editor, but
couldn't find the variable to change.
> Please note, in b13 you can easily edit the colour schemes to the
> way you like them, so that might also be an option for you.
well not really, updates aren't made until you leave the scheme
editor, so it makes changing colours a tedious trial by error process.
perhaps i'm just doing it the wrong way..
> On 23 Jun 2005, at 15:12, James Hill wrote:
>> For now, I've just reverted back to 1.1b5, which was the last
>> version before colour schemes i think, and has the colour scheme
>> that i like for ruby editing.
> Hmm, going back to 1.1b5 seems a bit drastic in my book.
> However, in the recent move from b12 to b13 there may be some
> temporary colour display issues due to Allan changing various
> naming conventions, but forgot (?) to add/change those in the
> ColorSettings: files.
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