<b>It's actually quite easy!</b>
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Here is [a screenshot](http://cl.ly/4tSz "sass support in espresso") to show how great it works.
![Fixed Support](http://cl.ly/4tSz/Screen_Shot_2011-02-27_at_3.28.46_PM.png)

Here is [a screenshot](http://cl.ly/4tRB "sass support in espresso") of my edits to Languages.xml
![Editing File](http://cl.ly/4tRB/Screen_Shot_2011-02-27_at_2.54.25_PM.png)

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1.  WHY DOES FORREST NEVER SUPPORT MARKDOWN PROPERLY?
I CAN NEVER EVER SHOW CODE WITHOUT IT BEING READ BY FORREST, AND YOU CAN'T USE TABS IN THE TEXTAREAS!

1.  locate Espresso.app in the Finder</li>

2.  right click on Espresso.app > select "show contents"</li>

3.  browse to SharedSupport > Sugars > CSS.sugar</li>

4.  open Languages.xml with a text editor</li>

5.  You will see something like this:

		<detectors>
		<extension>css</extension>
		</detectors>
		<default-extension>css</default-extension>
		<default-mime-type>text/css</default-mime-type>

6.  copy the line 

		"<extension>css</extension>"

7.  paste directly below 

8.  change "css" to any extensions you want

9.  Here's what I added
       
		<extension>less</extension>
		<extension>scss</extension>
		<extension>sass</extension>

10.  restart Espresso

11.  enjoy using sass, less or any syntax, it treats it mixed mode syntax, and perfectly highlights comments written like "// comment" or  in any other way.

12.  remember that if you update Espresso it will overwrite your changes, one way to get around this is to duplicate CSS.sugar rename it something else and create modify Languages.xml to handle everything except .css extension. Then you can keep the plugin without it being overwritten with an update.

Enjoy! - ck!

Simple steps to make Espresso.app on the mac support syntax highlighting and code completion inside of different types of css pre-processor languages!