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Found the theme files in this directory: ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Packages/Color Scheme - Default/(name_of_theme) You can see which theme you are using by going to (from within Sublime Text 2) Sublime Text 2 menu>Preferences>Colour Scheme and see which one is ticked. Open the theme file and find the key that says: ...


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This seems to be a bug in Preview. There's a related thread about this topic in which many people say they are experiencing the same problem. I too have just tested it out and see the same results. There are 2 workarounds I can think of. The 1st is to select all the annotations and set their color manually: Open the annotations toolbar. Press the ...


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Here is a simple one which will require you to Add one more column next to the comparison value column. In this new column write a simple formula for comparison - as shown in following image. Add conditional formatting rule and you will be all set


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You can run rm -r /Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/Library/QuickLook/TextMateQL.qlgenerator but you'll have to do that again every time TextMate is updated.


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You could use Fluid or Afloat:


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I'll second that answer. I'm doing the same with PDF Expert instead of GoodReader. It is really important that you do the conversion in Skim on a COPY of the original PDF, as otherwise the PDF expert (or GoodReader, I assume) will lose the annotations, once converted (e.g., if you have your PDFs in Dropbox, which you then open either on the iPad or Mac). ...


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You may want to have a look at the "PDFs>Extract PDF Annotations" Automator action.



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