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November 13, 2008

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Robert Bousquet

Cool. I vote for Twilight.

Xavier Shay

Don't like content in JS.
I can't see it in my feed reader.

Josh Goebel

You can if you click the link (I see them if I open another tab in NetNewsWire, but you're right, they aren't downloaded in the feed)... someone suggesting having a [noscript] block with a quick link to the Pastie for non-JS or feed-reader people... I think that's about as good a comprise as we're going to get with the JS embed method.

john

is pastie source available somewhere?

Josh Goebel

Pastie is closed source.

David Tucker

Thanks again for this great tool. I would love it if there were a few URL params we could pass when embedding the code. As you stated, I would prefer to be able to select a theme - as well as selecting whether or not the line numbers are displayed.

Just my 2 cents.

Dr Nic

Thanks for adding the embed support. I'd like to +1 the option of a full embed (no JS) with theme CSS loaded via an included tag. Would that work?

Janos

Hi Josh, beautiful work! It would be nice if you'd allow passing a theme param.

Michael Wales

Absolutely love it! Took a long time to modify my stylesheet to get the Pastie block exactly how I wanted, but I'm loving it!

Russ Jones

Excellent feature, thanks Dreamer. Also, being able to pick a color theme would be great.

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