Too Cool for Internet Explorer

Monday, October 18, 2004

It Comes In Colors—At Last

Once again, someone has (finally) picked up with something that Apple should’ve done in the first place.

Enter SafariSource. If you ever glace at a web page’s source code via Safari, you must have this. After running the package to install SIMBL, you then drop the SafariSource bundle into SIMBL’s plugins folder. Restart Safari and your source view vision is instantly transformed from dull black and white to vivid color! It auto-colorizes tags, making them MUCH easier to pick out.

The latest version adds an extra pane in Safari’s preferences window to fine tune the color for each type of tag as well as choose which font and size you want. There’s also a quick checkbox to disable it, should the need arise.

» Posted by ALBj at 11:18 AM (ET)
Category: Check This Site

Comments

Sorry, due to comment spam abuse, new comments on this entry are closed until I find time to upgrade Movable Type and enable registration and moderation.