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Vibrant Ink

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My definitive color VS color schema

I spent some time in the last months playing around with various color schema and finally decided that the original port of the Vibrant Ink schema to VS is still the one that most appeal to my eyes. The one made by Rob Conery is a bit too little contrasted for me. So here is my VS2008 with the latest version of Vibrant Ink for VS2008 made by John "DLR" Lam. Here you can download it. Just remember that this vssetting file include also the other personalization of John, so just import the "Options>Environment>Fonts and...

For all the TextMate wannabe: Vibrant Ink for Visual Studio v2

Last week I posted a screenshot of my VS pimped with the same color schema used by ScottGu and ScottHa during the MVC.NET presentation at the ALT.NET conference. I found out that it was developed by Rob Conery, which yesterday released a new version of the schema, switching back to Consolas (as I did in my personal version) and easing a bit the contrast. Download the schema on Rob's blog, and remember to change the ApplicationIdentity version=”9.0″ to version=”8.0″ if you are still using (as I'm) Visual Studio 2005. Technorati tags: Vibrant Ink, TextMate, Visual Studio, vs.settings

Pimping my Visual Studio

One of the thing that excited me from last week videos about the ASP.NET MVC framework is the amazing color schema that both ScottHa and ScottGu had on their Visual Studio: I sent an email and Scott was soo kind to answer me back with the VS schema. Looking on the net I found that the color schema was "developed" by John "DLR" Lam, porting to Visual Studio the Vibrant Ink theme for TextMate. Later Rob "SubSonic" Conery tweaked it, changed the black to shade of gray, and replaced Consolas with Monaco. Since I'm, as Jeff "CodingHorror" Atwood, a fan...