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Color Scheme - Gerbus

by gerbus ST3

🌌A stimulating but fulfilling psychedelic-come-down theme for Sublime

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Gerbus for Sublime Text

A stimulating but fulfilling psychedelic-come-down theme for Sublime Text.

Description

Based on the Pastel On Dark color scheme from codeanywhere.com . Tested primarily using React.

Features

  • sets a cool and soothing general visual context
  • visually pulls out function names and class names
  • visually separates js (purple/orange) from jsx (blue/green)

Compatibility

It is recommended you install the Naomi package for proper JS ES7 syntax highlighting. At the time of writing, the Babel Package does not correctly highlight class property ES7 arrow functions.

Installation via Package Control

  1. Search for “Color Scheme - Gerbus” in Package Manager and install
  2. Preferences > Color Scheme > Gerbus

Manual Installation

  1. Download Gerbus.sublime-color-scheme to ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/Themes (select Preferences > Browse Packages… in Sublime and then add Themes folder if none exists)
  2. In Sublime, go Preferences > Color Scheme > Gerbus