[TxMt] Three easy TM for HTML questions

Eric O'Brien ericob at possibilityengine.com
Tue Jan 10 22:08:13 UTC 2006

I ran across this on the wiki, I think.  Not very handy but can work.

Open TextMate prefs.
Click a color swatch (Apple Color Picker appears);
Close TextMate's prefs.
The Color Picker remains!
In the Color Picker, mix or select your color, then drag the color  
from the large sample area into your TextMate document.
The hex value of the color is inserted in your document.

I wish there was a way to get other color specs in, like "rgb 


On Jan 10, 2006, at 7:35 AM, Sean Schertell wrote:

>>> As for the color pickers, those widgets are great!  Here's  
>>> another one that I think I like even better (full-spectrum, not  
>>> just web-safe):
>> Isn't the concept 'web-safe' something that dates back to Windows  
>> 3.1 with 256-or-less color palettes? It surprises me if that  
>> concept is still in use :-p.
> Right?!  I think most folks ignore the so-called "web-safe" palette  
> these days.  But back on topic just for a moment... Isn't there a  
> way to get to a color picker from TM without mousing around the CSS  
> menu?  (click-wait-drag-click submenu-wait-click-woops-dammit- 
> clicked the wrong thing)  I need a shortcut!  I guess the widget's  
> okay, but it would be nice to have it "built-in" to TM.
> :-)
> Sean
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