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    I am looking to find out the type of program that was shown numerous times in the movie 'the social network'. I have looked and looked, but have not found one. probably an easy answer, that i just can't find.

    Thanks for any help

  • #2
    Got any screen captures of the movie that feature it? That way even if someone hasn't seen it, they might recognize it. Assuming it even exists and it wasn't just made up.
    OracleGuy

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    • #3
      it is behind the actor playing mark zuckerberg on the monitor at about 20 seconds to 26 seconds.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5WVA...eature=related

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      • #4
        All I see is a blurry program window. That could be anything. But you know, many code editors with syntax highlighting also have different syntax highlighting modes or themes including a light-on-dark color scheme.
        Stop solving problems you don’t yet have!

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        • #5
          So you want an editor just because the character "might" have used it and was in the movie??

          As already said, many editors can "look" like this with a dark window. But to give you something, I think MS Expression Web 4's default editor has the dark color scheme layout.
          Teed

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          • #6
            That could be just about anything. Loads of editors have styles you can use or install, try using one of those
            Tattoo Design

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            • #7
              Originally posted by teedoff View Post
              So you want an editor just because the character "might" have used it and was in the movie??
              That's just ignorant. Thanks for your lack of try, and just wanting to comment.

              I was simply curious as to which program(s) that was used in the movie in case anybody has seen the movie. I use notepad++ and the schemes on that are meh at best. Was looking for names of different programs to use and tryout. THanks to those who did contribute it is much appreciated.

              james

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              • #8
                Originally posted by aww coconuts View Post
                That's just ignorant. Thanks for your lack of try, and just wanting to comment.

                I was simply curious as to which program(s) that was used in the movie in case anybody has seen the movie. I use notepad++ and the schemes on that are meh at best. Was looking for names of different programs to use and tryout. THanks to those who did contribute it is much appreciated.

                james
                Did you read the NEXT sentence in my post? Since you so ignorantly said I didnt add anything substantative to this thread, I DID actually suggest a very valid answer and specifically named a piece of software that might fit your "description".
                Teed

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by teedoff View Post
                  Did you read the NEXT sentence in my post? Since you so ignorantly said I didnt add anything substantative to this thread, I DID actually suggest a very valid answer and specifically named a piece of software that might fit your "description".
                  Yes I did. Thank you, for that. My humblest apologies for jumping the gun.MSWeb4 was cool though not for me. Still have no luck, notepad++ theming isn't what I am looking for

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                  • #10
                    Also they could just have opened a terminal window and made it look like a sophisticated editor since you can change color schemes there, too (I suppose – at least in Mac OSX it’s possible).
                    Stop solving problems you don’t yet have!

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                    • #11
                      I tried to get as good a look at the screen as I could in that clip, but it is simply too short to say anything definitive. My impression, based on thinking it was a programming tool) was that it looked like a skinned version of SciTE or Emacs, but likely it is nothing at all.

                      If I understand correctly, the software in movies is often written specifically for production sets (think stock footage, but in software) so as to keep everything legal.

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