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Coloring Coda like Textmate

Posted on Thursday, February 12th, 2009 under Code Design Downloads | 1 comment

Coloring Coda like Textmate

In my ongoing attempt to fall more and more in love with the “One-Window Web Development” amazingness that is Panic’s Coda app, I have reached another yet milestone. I present to you the following Syntax Modes, re-colored to match the ever-popular Textmate “Twilight” theme:

  • ActionScript
  • CSS
  • HTML
  • Javascript
  • JSP-HTML
  • PHP-HTML
  • XML

Coda Coloring Theme - "Twlight"

In case you are wondering, the font I am using is the delicious Inconsolata by Raph Levien.

P.S. If anyone wants to send me a few example files of the other Syntax Modes, I’d be happy to work those up too.

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  • Brian

    Thank you, I have been looking for this (although not for two years ... looks like this post dates back to 2009).

    Cheers!

 

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