[wingide-users] Has anyone found a better dark gtk theme? Small screen tricks?

Gadget/Steve GadgetSteve at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 10 12:30:23 EDT 2012

On 10/10/2012 4:48 PM, Shay wrote:
> Semi-Dedicated Python hobbyist.
> Evaluating WingIDE now. I've spent a couple days going through the tutorial
> and documentation, and now I want to spend some time using the IDE.
> One problem:
> As a hobbyist, I find myself coding in bed in a dark bedroom. The white
> themes strain my eyes and disturb my wife. The "black background" theme is
> pretty gaudy and eye-straining(???? just found it. not enough time to tell)
> itself. Has anyone found a subtler dark (doesn't necessarily have to be
> black) theme?
> One niggle:
> I'm often working on a 12" screen. Horizontal screen-space is fine, but
> vertical space is premium. Any tricks for "fullscreening" Wing in Windows?
> Any other small-screen tricks? Coming from VIM. One thing Vim is great at is
> maximizing screen real-estate. Using the Vim "personality" so I don't
> necessarily need scrollbars at all.
> Thank you,
>  -Shay
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Try: F1 or Shift-F2

You can either vary the text background within Wing rather than using
themes or create your own theme - I am sure that there are some gtk
theme editors out there. 


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