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I played around with the parameters I found inside the theme-tomorrow_night.js file. I managed to change the background color, string color and operator color.

.ace-tomorrow-night {background-color: #DCDCDC;color: #C5C8C6}
.ace_keyword.ace_operator {color: #000000}
.ace-tomorrow-night .ace_string {color: #66CD00}

This is definitely a bloat free solution.

I am already happy so far. I guess I will find the rest also.

 

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I am happy including all the themes - only the selected one is loaded, and they only add 135kb to the Tracy module package so it's really not an issue.

Here's what will be coming soon. You can see I have selected your desired iplastic theme in the config settings and the Console panel is styled accordingly. This will also control the File Editor panel's theme as well.

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A couple more settings to help out those of us with "tired" eyes 🙂

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These will be pushed in the next few days.

I am still messing around with the code completion stuff. Unfortunately I don't think showing the doc comments like I posted above is going to be a good idea - it's a 2MB payload and even though I am not really seeing a slowdown here on local dev, it still feels wrong and will probably impact performance on a live server. I do like the idea though of an API learning interface like this, so maybe it's something for a dedicated panel where speed doesn't matter. Any thoughts?

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including all the themes they only add 135 kb - - - doc comments it's a 2 Mb payload - - - showing the doc comments - - - api learning interface

I wouldn't include all the themes, I think 135 kB is already too much to add to the TracyDebugger. Like I said it was only a case of changing a few color combinations to take away the harsh look of it for someone's set of eyes. Tweaking the theme-tomorrow_night.js was all I needed and I am happy with it. (maybe a hint where I can change the font-size ?)

I agree, I would leave out showing comments about code documentation. A 2 Mb payload is way too much and besides I don`t see it will add effectively to the coding learn process. I guess it will only be consulted for some details. I reckon that effective resources for a coding learn process will always be snippets, the forum, http://processwire.com/docs/----- and http://php.net/manual/en/------

Remember that some time ago there was a discussion in the forum what strategy is being used for keeping an online website in sync with your local laptop copy ? All kinds of strategies were discussed and one of them is editing the online website parallel with the local copy on your laptop. So when something is edited in the local copy, all that is needed is to copy and paste your edits into the editor of TracyDebugger. I think that is still one of the fastest ways of keeping a website in sync.

 

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I don't care about those 135kB, but I also don't care about any other theme than we currently have 😉 

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12 hours ago, pwired said:

I wouldn't include all the themes

+1

I'm also the kinda guy who does not like any bloat. I think one readable "dark theme" and one "light theme" would be enough to choose from.

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Is it just me or has Tracy (current version) become very sloooow recently with the "Force superusers into DEVELOPMENT mode" setting activated? Benchmark - loading of the "modules" page:

  • Tracy enabled: Loed 6.9 s
  • Tracy disabled: Load 1.2 s

Measured with Google Chrome Dev Tools.

I don't remember noticing that before... 🤔

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So what are your load times regarding the "force su into dev" setting?

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3 hours ago, bernhard said:

So what are your load times regarding the "force su into dev" setting?

I've written that already - with "Force superusers into DEVELOPMENT mode" activated, it takes nearly 6x times longer to load the modules page than without Tracy. 

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You wrote Tracy enabled/disabled, that's why I asked.

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3 hours ago, titanium said:

Is it just me or has Tracy (current version) become very sloooow recently with the "Force superusers into DEVELOPMENT mode" setting activated? Benchmark - loading of the "modules" page:

  • Tracy enabled: Loed 6.9 s
  • Tracy disabled: Load 1.2 s

Measured with Google Chrome Dev Tools.

I don't remember noticing that before... 🤔

I am not seeing any issues here visiting the modules page (or any other), but I am curious what Tracy panels you have enabled. Perhaps it is one in particular that is causing the slowdown. Also, is it just the modules page that is slow? 

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21 hours ago, bernhard said:

You wrote Tracy enabled/disabled, that's why I asked.

Oh, I see, I wasn't precise enough. Sorry, I didn't think of that. I meant "Tracy with Force superusers into DEVELOPMENT mode activated instead of just "Tracy enabled".

 

21 hours ago, adrian said:

I am not seeing any issues here visiting the modules page (or any other), but I am curious what Tracy panels you have enabled. Perhaps it is one in particular that is causing the slowdown. Also, is it just the modules page that is slow? 

It's Tracy right out of the box (fresh install) with just "Force superusers into DEVELOPMENT mode" setting activated. The slowdown is more or less noticeable on all admin pages, "modules" was just a concrete example. But I do have to say I have some custom modules included in this project, so I will report back after I have done a vanilla install elsewhere and tested again. Thank you.

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Hi all - I've just committed a pretty major update to the Console and File Editor panels.

1) Adds all ACE editor themes with a config setting to choose the theme

2) Options to set the font size and line height

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3) I have refactored the sizing of various divs in both these panels that should solve lots of minor layout bugs especially when resizing the panels. *Be sure to do a hard reload to get the latest CSS/JS files.

4) Updated the core SplitJS library which now adds support for dragging by fixed increments which lock to the code line height - before I was hacking this on and it wasn't anywhere near as nice.

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5) Various bug fixes for the keyboard shortcuts for resizing the console panes.

 

Also, just a quick note to say that this version doesn't yet include the PW variables code completion. That will come in the next version. I am on a semi-vacation at the moment so haven't had any dedicated blocks of time to get that quite as I want yet.

Please let me know how this new version goes for you!

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