Emily 1 year ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 1 year ago • 3
The link for the manual for the macOS version of Textastic has only one topic: "How can I add my own syntax definitions, themes and templates?". Is the manual broken or missing?
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While the iOS app has a complete manual, the macOS version of Textastic currently does not really have a proper manual, sorry.
Are you looking for any particular information?
I noticed Kotlin wasn't in the list of languages and was just looking for more information.
That's how I stumbled across the missing manual, I thought it was a bug.
You can use this TextMate bundle for Kotlin with Textastic for macOS:
In the menu bar of Textastic for macOS, use Textastic -> Customizations -> Show Customization Folder.
Put the Kotlin.tmbundle folder into the customization folder that is shown in Finder.
Then use the menu Textastic -> Customizations -> Reload Customizations and you should find Kotlin in the list of syntax definitions in the status bar of Textastic.