[TxMt] Re: TextMate 2 Change Markdown Heading Theme
matt at tidbits.com
Fri Feb 14 16:10:36 UTC 2014
On Feb 12, 2014, at 2:35 PM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org> wrote:
>> […] Back to the original problem, changing the Markdown Heading Theme. The only way I could get it to take was to change the font using the menu item View/Font/Show Fonts.
> Go to Bundles → Show Bundle Editor… and select Themes → Settings in the list browser.
> Here you will see six items named “Markup: Heading «n»”.
> The size for the first is set to 2.25em which is 2.25 times larger than the normal font size. Edit that value and click ⌘S to save the change.
But that does not fix the problem of the font change (Baskerville). I want *my* choice of font throughout.
I think the best solution here is to rename the scopes of these settings in such a way as to neuter them. A minimal approach is to change "markup" in their names to "markupNOT"; I use that trick a lot with things where I want to turn them off but leave a clear trace of what I did. Or, of course, just uncheck Enable This Item for each of them.
Ideally, I should be able to configure my global .tm_properties to say something like "markup.*": use the *inherited* font/size, shadowing myself from these settings without the violence of altering/disabling them.
Most of all, though, I wish these settings had never been introduced.
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