Well in that case... Does anyone like my PerlMonks theme at PipsPerlMonksThemer
? I've tweaked one of my older scripts so that it can handle many different filters (color schemes). Any Monk can make their own theme there too. Just put your PerlMonks username in and create a new filter and then click the settings button and change the colors around to your liking. I'll probably post it to craft (here
) right now even though it's pretty crappy.
It sounds like t0mas might be able to post some sweet craft based on this. Maybe we could all hack some nice Perl to enable clean interactive selection of personal color preferences. It could make this place even more configurable and comfortable and colorful =). I'd like to help make PM better if possible. TTFN.
p.s. The Soul Still Burns!
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