Hide your custom color-scheme from appearing in users color scheme menu #133

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aziz commented Nov 19, 2012

Hide your custom color-scheme from appearing in users color scheme menu by prefixing the extension with hidden- , i.e. TestConsole.hidden-tmTheme.

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geoffreywiseman Dec 1, 2012

Ah -- this caused a problem for me because I was using the color output workaround proposed by @mhartl here:
#33

Now I get:
Error loading color scheme Packages/RubyTest/TestConsole.tmTheme

... etc.

Of course, I can workaround the workaround, but I wish none of this were necessary.

Ah -- this caused a problem for me because I was using the color output workaround proposed by @mhartl here:
#33

Now I get:
Error loading color scheme Packages/RubyTest/TestConsole.tmTheme

... etc.

Of course, I can workaround the workaround, but I wish none of this were necessary.

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aziz Dec 1, 2012

it's really easy to fix! you changed something yourself to Packages/RubyTest/TestConsole.tmTheme
and now the file is renamed, so just rename your hack to:

Packages/RubyTest/TestConsole.hidden-tmTheme

aziz commented Dec 1, 2012

it's really easy to fix! you changed something yourself to Packages/RubyTest/TestConsole.tmTheme
and now the file is renamed, so just rename your hack to:

Packages/RubyTest/TestConsole.hidden-tmTheme

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geoffreywiseman Dec 1, 2012

Absolutely -- that's the "workaround for the workaround" I listed above.

I like Sublime and RubyTest, but I wish the colors would show up on the console without having to use the workaround to alter the default theme. And, having done that, I wish I didn't now have to revise the workaround when a file I don't control changed names.

I understand how we got here and I didn't have any trouble fixing it, I just wish I hadn't had to. Ah well.

Absolutely -- that's the "workaround for the workaround" I listed above.

I like Sublime and RubyTest, but I wish the colors would show up on the console without having to use the workaround to alter the default theme. And, having done that, I wish I didn't now have to revise the workaround when a file I don't control changed names.

I understand how we got here and I didn't have any trouble fixing it, I just wish I hadn't had to. Ah well.

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