Sapientia has been updated for Textual 2.1.x, finally.
Sapientia is a customisation of the “Simplified Dark” theme that ships with Textual (originally by Ben Alman). The idea was to re-tool it towards some more relaxed and “earthier” colours, in addition to switching the theme to Helvetica.
Changelog for v1.2:
- Updates theme to work with Textual 2.1.x
- Slight colour tweaking, brightening the background slightly.
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Instructions: Unzip the file, and place in your “~/Library/Containers/com.codeux.irc.textual/Data/Library/Application Support/Textual IRC/Styles/” folder.
Apple has just posted a video of their company wide memorial for Steve.
A particularly great appearance by Jony Ive, recalling his memories of Steve.
A customisation of the “Simplified Dark” theme that ships with Textual (originally by Ben Alman). The idea was to re-tool it towards some more relaxed and “earthier” colours, in addition to switching the theme to Helvetica.
Click the image for a full-sized version.
Instructions: Unzip the file, and place in your “~/Library/Application Support/Textual/Styles folder”.
As you might have guessed from my Enabling Extensions in Safari 5 post, I’ve been keeping an eye on extensions as they get released, and trying to figure out what suits my web browsing habits the best. So far, I’ve found three extensions that I really think are worth having: AdBlock, Lucidica, and YouTube5. Continue reading
1. What are Extensions?
Apple recently released the newest version of its web browser, Safari. One of the major new features that Apple has introduced is the ability to add extensions. What are extensions, you might ask? Extensions are a way for software developers to add their own features to the browser. For example, a developer could write an extension that would automatically remove Google Ads from web pages you visit. All you, as a normal computer user, would need to do is install that extension – and bam! No more Google Ads cluttering up your web browsing experience.
However, there is one catch: Apple wants to launch the feature to the public with a large gallery of tested and approved extensions ready for public consumption. So, Apple has hidden the ability to use them, while they give developers time to create and test their extensions. Don’t worry, it’s dead easy to flip that hidden switch and enjoy your own extension-goodness ahead of the crowd!
2. How do I enable extensions?
Enabling extensions is a simple two-step process, that only takes a few mouse clicks. Continue reading
My new computer has finally arrived and is all set up and ready for use. It’s a 15″ model, the specs are below:
Model Name: MacBook Pro
Processor Name: Intel Core i7
Processor Speed: 2.66 GHz
Memory: 8 GB DDR3
Hard Drive: 500 GB 7200 RPM
Boy, does this thing just zip along! Continue reading