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25 September 2009
I never thought about sharing my colours for BBEdit, but it seems like it’s now the thing to do, and Ben said he liked my colours. So here they are, in John Gruber’s BBColors BBEdit 10 format. The name is French for “silent night”:

Update: Now includes colour for numeric constants in BBEdit 9.2

Snow Leopard Gamma Update: I’ve created a new version — let’s call it “Douce nuit deux” — for Snow Leopard users. Snow Leopard changed the display gamma, making everything look darker, so this version compensates for that. Also, the numeric constant colour is a bit more sea green.

BBEdit 10 update: I’ve added a color for ctags and made some other minor modifications in “Douce nuit trois”, and it’s now published in BBEdit 10 color scheme format.

Douce nuit trois for BBEdit 10

Douce nuit deux for BBEdit 9

Original Douce nuit for pre-Snow Leopard

I never thought about sharing my colours for BBEdit, but it seems like it’s now the thing to do, and Ben said he liked my colours. So here they are, in John Gruber’s BBColors BBEdit 10 format. The name is French for “silent night”:

Update: Now includes colour for numeric constants in BBEdit 9.2

Snow Leopard Gamma Update: I’ve created a new version — let’s call it “Douce nuit deux” — for Snow Leopard users. Snow Leopard changed the display gamma, making everything look darker, so this version compensates for that. Also, the numeric constant colour is a bit more sea green.

BBEdit 10 update: I’ve added a color for ctags and made some other minor modifications in “Douce nuit trois”, and it’s now published in BBEdit 10 color scheme format.

Douce nuit trois for BBEdit 10

Douce nuit deux for BBEdit 9

Original Douce nuit for pre-Snow Leopard

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