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ūüöÄ A Sublime Text 3 Plugin for Carbon. (https://carbon.now.sh)

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ūüé® Sublime Text 3 Plugin for Carbon

Installation

Install Carbon via Package Control.

Command Palette Usage

You can use the command Carbon: Share Selection from the command palette (ctrl/cmd + shift + p) to open Carbon.

Keymap Usage

This package doesn't provide a default keymap. If you need to, add a keymap setting like the following to your Sublime keymap file:

{ "keys": ["f3"], "command": "carbon" }

Then go into your file, select a region, and press the bound key.

Settings

Use Preferences: Carbon Settings from the command palette (ctrl/cmd + shift + p)

Or you can open the configuration file via the menu:

Preferences > Package Settings > Carbon > Settings. By default, it uses the initial configuration from Carbon:

{
    "trim_indent": true,
    "show_status_messages": true,
    "use_emojis_in_status_messages": true,
    "default": {
        "paddingVertical": "48px",
        "paddingHorizontal": "32px",
        "backgroundImage": null,
        "backgroundImageSelection": null,
        "backgroundMode": "color",
        "backgroundColor": "rgba(72,112,126,1)",
        "dropShadow": true,
        "dropShadowOffsetY": "20px",
        "dropShadowBlurRadius": "68px",
        "theme": "seti",
        "windowTheme": "none",
        "language": "",
        "fontFamily": "Hack",
        "fontSize": "14px",
        "lineHeight": "133%",
        "windowControls": true,
        "widthAdjustment": true,
        "lineNumbers": true,
        "firstLineNumber": 1,
        "exportSize": "2x",
        "watermark": false,
        "squaredImage": false,
        "hiddenCharacters": false,
        "name": "Hello",
        "width": 680
    }
}

trim_indent

  • If set to true, lines starting with indents are trimmed. (true by default)

show_status_messages

  • If set to true, success/error messages are displayed in the status bar. (true by default)

use_emojis_in_status_messages

  • If set to true, indicator emojis are added the success/error messages in the status bar. (true by default)

Custom Configuration

  • Head over to the Carbon.
  • Configure the editor to your preferred look.
  • Click the Misc tab.
  • Press Export config.
  • Paste the downloaded configuration under the default property in the settings.