It does! Once again: thank you very much!
Sorry, basic question. When I open theme.less in TextEdit, all I see is a line saying to see http://guide.taskpaper.com/creating_themes.html . What am I doing wrong?
Nothing, that’s what you should see. You can find the base theme here:
Then you can add rules to your own theme that add new styles or override existing styles defined in that base theme.
That worked, thanks! The mistake I was making is I had put in:
in order to clear the italic style, but I realized I need to put in:
Jesse, may you please put the old documentation online, for us users of obsolete version?
I think this should give you the latest 3.3 documentation:
If I use a monospaced font, the notes don’t line up with the items:
Any ideas how to fix this?
(This is the Light.less theme with the following line added: @font-family: 'SF Mono';)
@font-family: 'SF Mono';
There’s not a great solution, but please see the discussion here:
I’m unable to get themes to work.
0) Quit TaskPaper
The theme is never applied. Sorry if I’m missing something obvious.
I’m using the direct download purchased app.
Also FYI several links above are no longer found:
Sorry the information in this thread is outdated. Please see this new documentation:
Summary – mostly the same, but when TaskPaper got the ability to switch between stylesheets the stylesheet location changed.
Struggling with theming and finding the guide non too helpful.
I would like to make the note fields a light shade of grey. How do I achieve this? The background-color only styles the text background not the whole note section.
I need some easy visual to distinguish between a note and a task and project.
Here’s a style that will make notes grey and make them use normal font instead of italic font: