Posts Tagged “themes”

  • Begin 1.5 released

    Begin 1.5 for iPhone has been released on the iTunes App Store. Begin is an iPhone app that lets you quickly gather todos and check them off or move them to "tomorrow" with simple gestures. I first mentioned Begin when it was released, and it's progressed nicely with this version bump, which boasts quite a few refinements and new features:…

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  • Sidecar 1.2

    It turns out I like Sidecar (my new jacket for Simplify) enough to keep playing with it a little. I present version 1.2 for your review.…

  • Who loves music and 27-inch monitors?

    I had a little fun this morning making a very large theme for the Simplify music controller. I wanted something that made use of the background screen real estate on my Thunderbolt display. "Sidecar" is what I came up with... keep in mind it was pretty early in the morning. Naming things before 6am is not my strong point.…

  • Stained: Simplify Jacket

    This one was just for fun. I'm sharing it mostly as a starting point for anyone who wants to dig in and make their own theme for Simplify ($2.99 on the Mac App Store), a music controller for Spotify Desktop and iTunes.…

  • A few themes for MultiMarkdown Composer

    I've been playing around with some themes for MultiMarkdown Composer, and thought I'd share a few that are turning out half decently. MultiMarkdown Composer's syntax highlighting uses an extended version of the Peg Markdown Highlight format. You can add themes to ~/Library/Application Support/MultiMarkdown Composer/Styles (create it if it doesn't exist) and they'll show up in the Appearances preferences of MultiMarkdown Composer.…

  • An ode to Twilight, and a TextMate tip

    A good friend of mine, Christina Warren, just published a piece on Mashable / Dev & Design about TextMate themes, and it warms my heart to know there are other people as dedicated to this aging text editor as I am. She also made her collection available on GitHub, so check that out if you're in the market for a new look.…