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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by kelan (5579) on 2005.09.26 23:25 (#43500)
    I agree with rjbs [perl.org]. Reducing the white that is bombarding you from your monitor can help with eye strain. I've configured most of my editors to black on grey (like the grey that use.perl defaults to). Except at home, where I usually code at night, so I leave it white on black. Easier for the eyes to focus:)
    • I've used navy blue on grey for a long time for my editor and such. It's as kelan and rjbs say, it's just much easier on the eyes.

      For my terminal, i use tunsten (dark grey/black) on a darker yellow. I found it the most legible, while still being able to use a colour display -- even the blue and green display well on it, as opposed to say, a black background.