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Introducing Hemisu, a color scheme for the command-line editor Vim, that comes in two flavors (dark and light) and nicely complements Peppermint. Features Two modes: one optimized for daytime, the other optimized for low light conditions Made to work with both GUIs (gui) and 256-color terminals (cterm) Provides harmonious colors and styles for all predefined UI elements and syntax groups
I do a lot of work in Mac OS X’s Terminal.app, and I’ve spent some time tweaking the colors, font, and other settings to get it just right. The result is Peppermint, a Terminal theme for Lion (and Mountain Lion):
I authored a very small plug-in for Coda that will save a copy of an open document with a timestamp appended to the name. The reason being that I constantly find myself making small edits to sites that I don’t maintain myself (which makes putting them under version control impractical), and I want to make a quick backup of a file I’ve downloaded before applying my changes. I realized today that it would be worth my time to automate the [...]
Web forms are ubiquitous, and in my line of work I find myself building plenty of them, each time from scratch. That’s why I’ve recently put together a little style sheet to serve as a starting point for styling my HTML forms that includes the selectors and styles I find myself using most often. Take a look at the demo page for formula.css.
I usually find it convenient to develop my websites and Web applications locally before pushing them to a staging server. Mac OS X conveniently comes with the Apache Web server pre-installed. In fact, all you really need to do to start using it is to check the “Web Sharing” checkbox in System Preferences… > Sharing . You can then use your Web browser to navigate to http://localhost/, and you should see whatever files are in your Web root. The default [...]