[TxMt] newbie simple language grammar question

Dana Kashubeck dana.kashubeck at riemer.com
Tue Jul 17 01:23:35 UTC 2007

On 7/16/07 9:16 PM, Pete Siemsen wrote:
> Thanks, but how do I do that?  Textmate->Preferences->Fonts and Colors 
> lets me set a color for "keyword", but doing so has no effect on the 
> display of my JUNOS text.
On the Fonts & Colors panel, click the '+' button to add a new 
definition.  In the Scope Selector field type 'keyword.other.junos'. 
Now, you'll see a new line in the table.  Type a name in the 'Element' 
column.  Click on the FG and BG color wells and choose a color.  You can 
also set bold, italic, and underline.

Lather, rinse, repeat for comment.block.junos.

You may want to save a copy of the color scheme before you mess with it. 
    From the drop-down at the top of the panel, choose "Edit theme 
list...", highlight the theme you want, click on the double-plus button 
and hit the 'Okay' button.

Enjoy your pretty colors!

Dana Kashubeck
Systems Manager
Riemer Reporting Service Inc.

Phone: 440-835-2477 x. 125
Fax:   440-835-4594

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