[TxMt] Re: html and css bundles

Thomas Aylott / subtleGradient oblivious at subtlegradient.com
Tue Aug 5 12:27:15 UTC 2008

I'm currently working on a majorly improved version of the css and  
javascript bundles. I'm mostly focusing   on the language stntaxes and  
code completion.
I'll take another look at those bundles you mention and see if some of  
it should be included in the official bundle.

Iirc it was awesome stuff.
Thanks for the reminder about them.
Thomas Aylott / SubtleGradient (from iPhone)

On Aug 4, 2008, at 5:26 PM, "(((Bonsai Studio))) - Giuseppe" <giuseppe at bonsai-studio.net 
 > wrote:

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> I was just wondering why the official bundles for html and css are s 
> o… basic (with all the due respect for their maintainers, of course).
> I am using the html and css bundles from Minimal Design( http://minimaldesign.net/downloads/tools 
>  ), I think, in my opinion, that those are a way better then  
> official ones.
> So, why aren't them the official TM html and css bundles?
> Giuseppe Caruso
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