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elyon wrote:
I think I feel a new feature coming on. I wonder if it would be possible to create a directory full of color scheme *.fdz files, and swap them out on demand?


You can add a menu item that extracts the files without prompt: Command: "ExtractZip", Tag: "FilePathHere;true"


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SOSmod v1.5

I've converted my color scheme to work with the new "Syntax Coloring" dialog and .fdz file format introduced in RC2.

Build: 20090519
Supports: All Languages
Font: Andale Mono (included)
FD version: RC2 or greater

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Dark Theme Latcho
FD Version >=3.RC2

Preview:

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Installable Settings (open it) for AS3:http://greencollective.nl/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/syntaxcoloras3_fd_latcho.fdz
Font used = Inconsolata: https://coderanger.net/export/471/school/2007/fall/egd/magnoball/skin/magnoball/font/Inconsolata.ttf
Related Post: http://greencollective.nl/blog/?p=19

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Latcho a.k.a. Stijn De Ryck
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Sat Aug 15, 2009 12:52 am
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@latcho: Nice scheme, thanks for sharing!


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my pleasure, just updated it because I wasn't happy, what you see is the last one.

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These are my syntax colors for AS3. Colors are bright and clear. Background is not complete white to please the eyes (I hate big contrast). Operators and comments are bit lighter, because when reading code, I don't care about them, numbers and strings are more highlighted because they matter when I quick 'scan' classes. I love it :)

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Download here: http://projects.stroep.nl/flashdevelop/#Customization
Font: Consolas: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... laylang=en

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Just wanted to thank the OP for this scheme. I've been using it since I started using flashdevelop more than a year ago, and it's been very easy on the eyes for late-night sessions.


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Hey well it took me a while to figure out where to actually place these files. So in case anyone else is confused they need to go into:

C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR_USE_NAME\Local Settings\Application Data\FlashDevelop\Settings

phew!

In my opinion, the font is a bit too large. But other than that, it looks great, thanks for sharing! :)

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mknol wrote:
These are my syntax colors for AS3. I love them :)
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Download here: http://projects.stroep.nl/flashdevelop/
Font: Consolas: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... laylang=en


Very nice using it thanks and some nice procedural art as well on your flickr account.


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Hey guys,

I just decided to try a dark theme. I wasn't into some of the color schemes I tried, so I decided to make my own.


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Feel free to use it if you want!

"Cheery" Color Scheme (Inverse)
http://www.eclecticdesignstudio.com/code/flashdevelop/

You can also find a screenshot of the original color scheme, earlier in this thread


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Here's one more. I thought I'd give my last scheme a try with some different colors.


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"Autumn" Color Scheme
http://www.eclecticdesignstudio.com/code/flashdevelop/


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Heres a Flashbuilder inspired theme

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I just created a haXe version of my "cheery" color scheme. For anyone who is interested, it is available for download here:

"Cheery" Color Scheme (haXe)
http://www.eclecticdesignstudio.com/code/flashdevelop/


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This is my color scheme for AS3.
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Font: Consolas http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4366487/consolas.rar
Download color scheme: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4366487/scheme.fdz

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lanc, that is beautiful.

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