buymeasoda wrote:One thing that came out of it though, was that the colour scheme files are getting picked up by the main application and added to the colour scheme menu in the "Preferences -> Color Scheme" area.
jps wrote:You should be able to change the extension from .tmTheme to something else, and it then won't show up in the menu, but should still work when set via the .sublime-settings file.
buymeasoda wrote:[*] Overflow indicator shadows are inset on widget fields due to content_margin for theme text field design. This one might be unavoidable (Screenshot)[/list]
jps wrote:]2102 now has a draw_shadow file setting which you can use to disable drawing the shadows for widgets - not ideal, but probably better than having an offset shadow.
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