Welcome to 48 Pixels. My name is Jim and I live in beautiful Portland, Oregon. I'm currently the web development manager at onOne Software. When I'm not working or playing with my 5-year old twins, I tend to play a lot of video games.
There used to be a blog here, but since 99% of the traffic I get is for Espresso-ish, I figured I may as well move that to the front page and nuke the blog. So that's exactly what I did. - Update: There's now a blog over at http://jmock.me.
Download Espresso-ish for Coda 2 (includes light version)
To install, unzip the file and open Coda's preferences. Click on Colors and then click on the gear icon next to the Style Sheet dropdown. Choose Import from the menu and then choose the file you extracted from the zip.
To install, unzip the file and place the contents in BBEdit's color scheme directory:
/Users/username/Library/Application Support/BBEdit/Color Schemes
Library folder is hidden by default if you're running OS X Mountain Lion (or Lion). You can make it show up in the Finder by opening Terminal and entering the following command at the prompt:
chflags nohidden ~/Library
After entering the command above, press the return key and check your user folder in Finder. The
Library folder should be there now.
To install, unzip and double-click on the resulting