Still pining away for the look and feel of WebTV? To me, one of the most lasting impressions left by WebTV would be its effective use of subtle greens, blues, and greys in its e-mail and newsgroup pagesits search page, too, until Microsoft spawned the ghastly beige/navy scheme: Blech! Anyway, it can be hard to adjust to the page white scheme most computer users are accustomed toit was for meso, I bring you, the Tex-Edit Plus 2.8 WebTV color and font sheme!
Without further ado, you may download the WebTV Scheme AppleScript here. Feel free to modify it and distribute it, blah, blah, blah. As always, I'm not responsible for loss of life, limb, computer dysfunction, or incontinence, resulting from the use of this item. I should note that I'm currently looking into possible incompatibilities between current versions of Kensington MouseWorks software and version 2.8 of Tex-Edit Plus.
This can be used by any Mac with that can run Tex-Edit Plus, and AppleScript. As an added bonus, here are the color values used most often by WebTV:
Font Color for e-mail, etc.
17476, 52428, 21845
Background Composing e-mail, etc.
8738, 8738, 8738
Background Reading e-mail, etc.
6425, 6425, 6425
Link Color in e-mail, etc.
33410, 28527, 32382
Visited Link Color, in e-mail, etc.
6168, 40092, 54998
Color Used in Headlines
62965, 51143, 19018
The Hex values can be used on the Web, and the RGB with Tex-Edit Plus 2.8. If you know of any good WebTV colors not listed here, please send the to me, so I can put 'em up here.