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Question: Can I set editor background image?

Postby dice on Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:38 am

Hi. I'm a Japanese user using sublime text 2 on windows. This editor is wonderful! :D

Let me ask you a question now.
I want to set a background image or picture to this editor. Is there any way for displaying background image to main area (editor area)?
I find and wish that there is this way. For example, theme editing, color theme editing or package installings.

Regards.

Dice
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Re: Question: Can I set editor background image?

Postby Arjan on Sat Feb 09, 2013 2:22 am

But.... WHY???
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Re: Question: Can I set editor background image?

Postby C0D312 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 6:19 am

no
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Re: Question: Can I set editor background image?

Postby dice on Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:32 am

Arjan wrote:But.... WHY???


Sorry, I should explain in more detail about the reason.

Because I want the function same as wallpaper of OSs. I wish to write code with my favorite pictures. It will make happy and creative writing for me and some sublime text users.


C0D312 wrote:no


Oh... I'm very sad. :cry: Thank you for answering.
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Re: Question: Can I set editor background image?

Postby 200 on Sat Feb 16, 2013 6:52 pm

You could make the editor partly transparent; I do that all the time. Gives me a futuristic feeling to it; seeing the other applications in the background of my editor.

Put your editor on top of your wallpaper, make editor window partly transparent -> you've got what you want.

If you're on Windows (7), there's a program I'm using called Opacity.exe. Read and download it here ( Or download directly here )

EDIT: Simple usage guide: Double click the opacity.exe file to start it. Go to your editor and, while holding the windows-key down, scroll with your mouse's scroll wheel (you need a mouse with a a scroll wheel for this).

Hope that helps ;)
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