[TxMt] creating themes

Andreas Wahlin andreaswahlin at bredband.net
Wed Sep 14 13:45:12 UTC 2005

It's in Automation -> Run command -> Language definition -> Show scope
To tell you the truth, I'm sometimes having difficulty with this as  
well, sometimes it works, sometimes not.
It seems to break after I've tried to edit a bundle (the HTML  
language definition to be specific). Anyone else notice this?


On Sep 14, 2005, at 15:36 , Gavin Kistner wrote:

> On Sep 14, 2005, at 2:54 AM, Andreas Wahlin wrote:
>> You can also at any time hit shift+control+p in your syntax file  
>> to see what scopes a certain item has, then just add those scopes  
>> in the theme editor and colour them up!
> Hrm, this isn't working for me. Is this file in a bundle that I've  
> turned off, perhaps? Where is this command located?
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