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Chouku Color Scheme

by droekm ST2/ST3

an color scheme for Sublime Text

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Chouku for Sublime Text

Chouku is a full color scheme for the Sublime Text editor.

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Installation

Local way

Fire up an terminal and run this:

$ git clone https://github.com/droekm/chouku.git
$ cd chouku

Then start Sublime Text and open the packages folder using Preferences -> Browse Packages..., and copy the complete theme folder into it.

Package control way

First make sure the Sublime Package Control is installed. Then press Ctrl+Shift+P and enter Install Package. Search for Chouku and click enter, theme will be automatically installed.