Was quite excited about the repeat last action key and downloaded the Treehouse Build that was in User Assistant this morning (6/12 at around 9:25 PST)...sorry, but don't remember the number at the moment.
Did the install and then changed the theme to Dark, which I've always preferred.
Opened a document and the background of the document was nearing black in color, rather than the white color I've always used.
Tried to make changes in Preferences and selected #fffff wherever possible, but it made no change.
Tried to switch back to default theme and the editor background stayed dark.
The only thing I noticed is that when the document was loading, the background started white then turned dark (sort of like the old Ajax scrouring powder..."shakes out white, turns blue!").
Re-installed the previous Treehouse Build I had on hand (20130205) with no change, even using the default theme.
Only workaround I've been able to find was to go into Program Files-->HTML-kit-->Tools-->bin
and delete the config.hsf file, which according to the time and date stamp was changed when I did the install of the new build.
Opened up Tools and the default theme was being used and the editor background was white, but...and you knew this was coming...when I tried to change the theme, it went again to the dark color and deleting the config.hsf file and keeping the default theme (at least for now) the only way to work around the background problem.
All of this is on the XP SP3 machine.
Got any ideas??
I really look forward to the repeat key, too.
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