Dru Kepple | 2 Jun 01:42 2011

Re: DigitalColor Meter vs Color Picker

Not sure what exactly you want out of DCM, but you can use the color sampler of the built-in color picker.  Just
click on the magnifying glass in the upper left and sample your screen.  

On May 29, 2011, at 1:05 AM, Eric O'Brien wrote:

> If DigitialColor Meter was a Color Picker Plug-in instead of an app....
> 
> eo
> 
> On May 20, 2011, at 2:34 PM, Merrifield Adam wrote:
> 
>> I think I might have asked this one a few years ago, or perhaps on  
>> IRC, not sure, but is there a way to get TextMate (or any app for  
>> that matter) to use DigitalColor Meter as opposed to color picker?
>> 
>> Adam Merrifield
>> seyDoggy Systems
>> seydoggy.com
>> 
>> 820 Strasburg rd, Kitchener,
>> Ontario, N2E 2Y3, Canada
>> 
>> Email: info@...
>> Office: 519-489-6033
>> Cell: 519-574-9788
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elliot yap | 2 Jun 05:45 2011
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how to do underscore_file_name to CamelCaseClassName in Template?


I am working on the template make a variable from TM_NEW_FILE_BASENAME
to camel case and put in to template file
I encounter sed problem as sed -e 's/\(^\|_\)\(.\)/\U\2/g' dont seem work in
osx bsd version of sed

sorry, i am not an advance developer. just want to seek for advice on how to
do this in textmate template editor
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Merrifield Adam | 2 Jun 13:26 2011
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Re: DigitalColor Meter vs Color Picker

I know how to use color picker, that's not the issue. ;) The issue is that the color picker does not accurate
select a color based on your current color profile, so it's selection are off unless you set your color
profile to match the color profile that color picker is using (not ideal if you like a calibrated screen).

It's a common issue with color picker:
<http://www.google.ca/search?q=color%20picker%20uses%20wrong%20color%20profile>

DCM on the other hand picks the color based on your current color profile so the results always match what you
see on screen.

Adam Merrifield
seyDoggy Systems
seydoggy.com

820 Strasburg rd, Kitchener,
Ontario, N2E 2Y3, Canada

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On Jun 1, 2011, at 7:42 PM, Dru Kepple wrote:

> Not sure what exactly you want out of DCM, but you can use the color sampler of the built-in color picker. 
Just click on the magnifying glass in the upper left and sample your screen.  
> 
> On May 29, 2011, at 1:05 AM, Eric O'Brien wrote:
> 
>> If DigitialColor Meter was a Color Picker Plug-in instead of an app....
>> 
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Gerd Knops | 2 Jun 16:51 2011

Re: DigitalColor Meter vs Color Picker


On Jun 2, 2011, at 6:26 AM, Merrifield Adam wrote:

> I know how to use color picker, that's not the issue. ;) The issue is that the color picker does not accurate
select a color based on your current color profile, so it's selection are off unless you set your color
profile to match the color profile that color picker is using (not ideal if you like a calibrated screen).
> 
Does it support drag? In that case you could drag a color onto your textmate document.

Gerd

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Dru Kepple | 2 Jun 18:02 2011

Re: DigitalColor Meter vs Color Picker


On Jun 2, 2011, at 4:26 AM, Merrifield Adam wrote:

> I know how to use color picker, that's not the issue. ;) The issue is that the color picker does not accurate
select a color based on your current color profile, so it's selection are off unless you set your color
profile to match the color profile that color picker is using (not ideal if you like a calibrated screen).
> 
> It's a common issue with color picker:
> <http://www.google.ca/search?q=color%20picker%20uses%20wrong%20color%20profile>
> 
> DCM on the other hand picks the color based on your current color profile so the results always match what
you see on screen.
> 

Ah, thanks for explaining your reasoning further.  Then, no, I know of no way to do what you want.  I suppose you
could write a command that launches DCM for you ( "open -a DigitalColor\ Meter" should work), then another
to grab the clipboard contents (assuming you've copied the color from DCM) and properly format it for your
current needs.  Bit of a workaround, but that kind of stuff usually goes a long way compared to manually
launching DCM, copying, then reformatting the number as needed.

I just checked, and you can in fact, as Gerd suggested, drag from DCM to TextMate.  It seems to always be
formatted as a hex color with #, regardless of your selected grammar.  But that might be a helpful tip, too. 
Maybe you could write a drag command to help reformat the color?   

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Martin Kühl | 2 Jun 18:45 2011
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Experimental 64bit- and GC-capable Edit in Textmate

Hi Folks,

I found some free time today and couldn't think of anything better to do[1]
than trying to extend the life support of Edit in TextMate.

* The result is available on GitHub[2].
* The bundle uses SIMBL[3], so install that first.
* Install to `$HOME/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins/`.
* If you installed the old input manager, remove it.

It has seen an /incredible/ lack of testing, but I used it a handful of times
and it didn't set my computer on fire.

So far I've seen work with TextMate, TextEdit and Xcode, and /not/ work with
Safari.

Feedback, bug reports and patches welcome, and apologies in advance if I don't
get around to responding quickly at the moment.

Cheers,
Martin

[1] Well apart from a bath actually, but after that.
[2] https://github.com/mkhl/edit-in-textmate/
[3] http://culater.net/software/SIMBL/SIMBL.php

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Jenny Harrison | 2 Jun 19:09 2011
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Re: Experimental 64bit- and GC-capable Edit in Textmate


On 6/2/11, at 9:45 , Martin Kühl wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> 
> I found some free time today and couldn't think of anything better to do[1]
> than trying to extend the life support of Edit in TextMate.
> 
> * The result is available on GitHub[2].
> * The bundle uses SIMBL[3], so install that first.
> * Install to `$HOME/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins/`.
> * If you installed the old input manager, remove it.
> 
> It has seen an /incredible/ lack of testing, but I used it a handful of times
> and it didn't set my computer on fire.
> 
> So far I've seen work with TextMate, TextEdit and Xcode, and /not/ work with
> Safari.
> 
> Feedback, bug reports and patches welcome, and apologies in advance if I don't
> get around to responding quickly at the moment.
> 
> Cheers,
> Martin
> 
> [1] Well apart from a bath actually, but after that.
> [2] https://github.com/mkhl/edit-in-textmate/
> [3] http://culater.net/software/SIMBL/SIMBL.php
>  

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Martin Kühl | 2 Jun 19:33 2011
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Re: Experimental 64bit- and GC-capable Edit in Textmate

On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 19:09, Jenny Harrison <profharrison <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> On 6/2/11, at 9:45 , Martin Kühl wrote:
>
>> Hi Folks,
>>
>> I found some free time today and couldn't think of anything better to do[1]
>> than trying to extend the life support of Edit in TextMate.
>>
>> * The result is available on GitHub[2].
>> * The bundle uses SIMBL[3], so install that first.
>> * Install to `$HOME/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins/`.
>> * If you installed the old input manager, remove it.
>>
>> It has seen an /incredible/ lack of testing, but I used it a handful of times
>> and it didn't set my computer on fire.
>>
>> So far I've seen work with TextMate, TextEdit and Xcode, and /not/ work with
>> Safari.
>>
>> Feedback, bug reports and patches welcome, and apologies in advance if I don't
>> get around to responding quickly at the moment.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Martin
>>
>> [1] Well apart from a bath actually, but after that.
>> [2] https://github.com/mkhl/edit-in-textmate/
>> [3] http://culater.net/software/SIMBL/SIMBL.php
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Jenny Harrison | 2 Jun 21:53 2011
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Re: Experimental 64bit- and GC-capable Edit in Textmate

'
> 
> (Also, I thought TextMate supported pdfsync and rendering in TeXShop?)
> 

This would be just what I have been looking for.  I have asked all over the place, and searched far and wide, but
have not found a way to do this.  It could be trivial.  

Jenny

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Martin Kühl | 2 Jun 22:19 2011
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Re: Experimental 64bit- and GC-capable Edit in Textmate

On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 21:53, Jenny Harrison <profharrison <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> '
>>
>> (Also, I thought TextMate supported pdfsync and rendering in TeXShop?)
>>
>
> This would be just what I have been looking for.  I have asked all
> over the place, and searched far and wide, but have not found a way to
> do this.  It could be trivial.

pdfsync is demonstrated in one of the screencasts[1].
For rendering, open the LaTeX bundle preferences (⌥⌘,) and for
“View in:” choose “TeXShop”.

Hope that’s what you’re looking for?

Martin

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