I grabbed the demo to give it a shot, and I'm getting a pretty messed-up UI. The sidebar titles (like "projects", "tabs", etc) are showing up as white text with a light grey shadow. Barely readable. I'm not using any kind of theme app, just stock OS X. It's almost unusable in this state. I went ahead and grabbed the Espresso 1.01 update, but that didn't fix the issue.
Here's a screenshot : (postimage dot org) /image.php?v=aV1dbql9
Also, the "example" project only showed a preview the first time. After one preview, it shows as blank. Oddly enough, using "Reveal in Finder" and opening the index.html in Safari worked fine, but going back to Espresso and hitting the reload button in the preview did nothing for me.
Something probably related to the default behavior of the app that I think needs changing is -- when I type, say, "background" in a CSS file, Espresso correctly auto-completes the attribute for me, however, it automatically adds a semicolon. In doing so, it fails to auto-complete any values (no-repeat, fixed, url(), position, etc). And, of course, hitting "return" after typing any such value moves that semicolon to the next line, meaning I first have to position the cursor PAST the semicolon (usually, just hitting the right arrow key) and THEN hit return. That sort of defeats the purpose of auto-complete, I think, since I don't notice the shifting semicolon until several lines later.
Is anyone else experiencing any of these issues?
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