Download Free Color Scheme or Themes For TextWrangler and BBEdit

I’ve switched to TextWrangler as my text editor of choice on the Mac, and I’m loving it. It’s fast, powerful, and very easy to use. One pet peeve though, is that the default color scheme is a boring black-on-white, and so off I went around to look for others. It didn’t take too long before I found what I was looking for that Andrew Hazelden created and offered up for download. It’s called the “Midnight Blue” color scheme for TextWrangler

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How To Fix The Problem Of Flash Always Crashing in Firefox

I love Firefox, but I hate how it works with Flash. Essentially, it doesn’t work and causes hair-pulling frustration. I tried looking around to see if any other people are facing the same problems, and it’s clear that I’m not alone in this situation. From the various posts online, it’s a problem that has plagued Firefox users since several versions ago, and up till now, the same issue persists. The problem with this is that it’s an issue with a

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How To Remap Keyboard Keys In Windows (Such as the with Apple Keyboard)

I use the Apple bluetooth wireless keyboard, but I use it with my Windows computer, not a Mac. I love it though, and I think it’s the best bluetooth keyboard around – the problem is, while most keys generally work fine, certain keys are missing. For instance, on the Apple keyboard, the command key is the Windows key by default, so that’s convenient. However, I don’t have the Home and End keys, which make text-editing cumbersome. Furthermore, I have no

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How To Rotate Images or Pictures On Mac OSX

I was trying to rotate images on the Mac, and was getting annoyed at the apparent lack of functionality to do so. In Windows, you could rotate images in Explorer and in Windows Preview after you’ve opened up the file. On Mac OSX, the Preview app doesn’t come with the “rotate” buttons visible by default. What you need to do is to right-click on the Preview menubar (like in the screenshot), and select “Customise Toolbar”. There, you’ll find the elusive

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