Category: "Windows stuff"
It is a dark text on light background theme, with vivid highlights.
This is the theme I use to work on b2evolution.
You need to copy the color scheme into the Sublime Text Packages directory.
- You can find the path of the directory using the
Preferences -> Browse Packagesmenu within Sublime Text.
- Copy the color scheme into this directory.
- Use the Color Schemes option of your preferences menu to select the evo color scheme.
Dammit, I had this at the time I was using Windows 2000 and I don't understand how I beared living without it ever since. My life just got better, again ;)
Here's what you need if you want a shortcut to open the Explorer on a given folder (for example: D:\www\), with the Folders pane open (which standard shortcuts don't open):
I want to recommend this post by Joel Spolski about differences in font rendering philosophy between Mac OS & Windows.
I never really understood why Apple failed to render sharp fonts on screen. Now I understand the purpose. I'm still not sure which is best though... ;)
Besides the basics, there's three simple things I'd expect from an FTP client:
- Symetrically navigate in subfolders locally and remotely with single clicks;
- Upload files and overwrite the server side only if the local file is newer;
- Search the server for old files that no longer exist locally (with an option to ignore folders that contain user uploaded content).
I have never ever found a Windows tool doing all 3 ! :'(
- CuteFTP 8 Pro does #1 and that's about it (Its folder sync tools are basically a joke : it compares dates without comparing times!)
- FileZilla 2.32 does #2 but that's about it.
- My old DreamWeaver MX does #3 but is so painfully slow that it's barely bearable!
I'm so impatient to see FileZilla 3 as well as the new DreamWeaver CS3... but I fear I'm gonna be disappointed again... :-/
Maybe I should start to figure out how to run
rsync on Windows right now... |-|
The question definitely makes sense. You can now get essentially the same components into a PC or a Mac. So the choice would boil down to:
Well, the Macs look better, definitely.
And also, if you actually want to connect 3 screens to a Mac, you'll definitely need one of those bigger Mac Pros where you can put in a PC video card. And those sort of lose their coolness factor over the iMacs. But to be fair, I guess you could get away with a 24" iMac ;)