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Referenced the new repo and added package control instructions
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+**AT syntax highlight for Sublime Text 2 has moved**
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+The mantained version can be find here:
+https://github.com/juliandescottes/sublime-ariatemplates-highlighter
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How to install AT syntax highlight for Sublime Text 2
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+**With Package Control:**
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+The easiest way to install is through [Package Control](http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control/installation)
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+Once you install Package Control, restart Sublime Text 2, bring up the Command Palette (`Command+Shift+P` on OS X, `Control+Shift+P` on Linux/Windows). Select "Package Control: Install Package", then select [AriaTemplates Highlighter](https://sublime.wbond.net/packages/AriaTemplates%20Highlighter). This method will automatically keep AriaTemplates Highligher up to date.
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+**Manual Installation:**
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1. Download "Aria Templates.tmLanguage"
2. Go to your packages (in Sublime : Preferences > Browse Packages...)
-3. Create a folder named "Aria Templates"
+3. Create a folder named "AriaTemplates Highlighter"
4. Copy "Aria Templates.tmLanguage" in this folder
-Done. *.tpl and *.tml files should automatically be recognized by Sublime as Aria Templates. For tpl.css files, you will have to set it manually.
+*.tpl and *.tml files should automatically be recognized by Sublime as Aria Templates. For tpl.css files, you will have to set it manually.
Developed with Monokai theme. Should be compatible with other themes nicely.
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How to improve/change it ?
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