Cool & Clear - Color Scheme
A tastefully minimal, high contrast, light mode syntax coloring scheme for Sublime Text
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Cool & Clear
A tastefully minimal, high contrast, light-mode syntax coloring scheme for Sublime Text.
Cool & Clear is…
Many color schemes use a large variety of colors for various syntactic and semantic elements, resulting in code listings that look quite festive, but which do not necessarily aid comprehension. Cool & Clear keeps it simple by using only a few different colors:
- Green for comments
- Blue for language keywords
- Purple for literals, such as strings and numbers
- Red-on-red for syntax errors (which in practice will rarely be seen)
- Black for everything else
Many color schemes use text colors that do not contrast well with the background, especially for comments. Some schemes go so far as to make comments nearly invisible! Cool & Clear keeps code easy to read by using full white for the background, and sufficiently dark colors for text.
There seem to be more light-on-dark color schemes available than the reverse. But I prefer to work with dark text on a light background.
Via Package Control
- In Sublime Text, invoke
Tools > Command Palettein the menu bar
Package Control: Install Packagein the command palette
- Type “Cool & Clear” in the search bar, and click on “Cool & Clear” in the list of results
- Download the
Cool & Clear.sublime-color-schemefile
Sublime Text > Settings... > Browse Packages...(Mac) or
Preferences > Browse Packages...(Windows) to open the
Cool & Clear.sublime-color-schemeinto the
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