[TxMt] Default color for Embedded Source

Brad Miller bonelake at mac.com
Mon Feb 27 22:35:49 UTC 2006


It probably depends on which theme you are using,  the theme I use  
does not have this problem.
It was almost certainly an oversight.  The bundles and themes are not  
necessarily developed by the same people and the theme developers  
probably don't use all the various languages.

If you don't like it, its very easy to go change the colors in the  
Fonts & Colors preference panel.


On Feb 27, 2006, at 4:17 PM, Trevor Harmon wrote:

> TextMate has a syntax element called "Embedded Source", which is  
> used for things like the lstlisting environment in LaTeX or  
> JavaScript code embedded in HTML. The default background color for  
> this element is a light blue, which is almost identical to the  
> light blue used for selected text. Because of the similarity, I  
> always get confused and think I've inadvertently selected some  
> embedded source. I'm wondering why there is such a similarity  
> between these colors. Was it deliberate (and if so, what was the  
> reason?) or was this an oversight?
> Trevor
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