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Dark color theme

Just like the dark color theme in VS2012... Much easier to work with!

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  • Oddbjørn Bakke commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    They seem to be playing around with this feature (Currently on 2.0.138).
    Guess this is going to happend sooner rather than later. :)

    If you go to 'semanticmerge\theme\windows' and rename one of the folders to default, and copy over the missing files from the old default... you can get partly dark mode.

    The dark mode in semantic diff on gmaster seems quite nice, and is what we would probarbly end up with.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'm currently testing SemanticMerge.
    I would be happy to pay for the perpetual license as soon as I can have DARK THEME on this amazing tool.

  • Trpx commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The GTK version has this (ner nee nerr), I'll take screenshots once it gets packaged here.

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