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by ihodev ST3

Popular Color Schemes for Sublime Text 3, Those Are Compatible with DA UI Engine

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DA CS

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DA CS is a set of popular and customizable color schemes for Sublime Text 3.

Its aim is to provide a first-class syntax highlighting with colors you love.

  • I'm not author of all those carefully selected colors.
  • Only background, foreground, comment and six base colors are used.
  • Syntax highlighting differs from original ones.

Share your ❤ with original authors: support or just thank them!

Get It

  1. Choose Command Palette › Package Control: Install Package.
  2. Find DA CS and hit Enter.
  3. Choose Command Palette › UI: Select Color Scheme.
  4. Find your favorite one.
  5. Enjoy!

Customization

This package requires DA UI package for customization support. Please install it before continuing.

Adjust Common Color Scheme Settings

  1. Choose Command Palette › DA UI: Color Scheme Settings.
  2. Change some setting and save (e.g. change "caret_color" to "red").

Behind the scene:

  • DA UI will re-apply your new settings for the current global color scheme automatically if the engine is supported.
  • If you've changed the global color scheme, run DA UI: Re-apply Settings command to do that manually.

Change Some Colors of the Specific Color Scheme

For example, if you do not like the accent color of the Oceanic Next color scheme you can:

  1. Choose Command Palette › Preferences: Browse Packages....
  2. Open User folder.
  3. Create DA Color.sublime-settings file in it with next contents:
"Oceanic Next": {
    "colors": {
        "accent": "#f0f"
    }
}
  1. Activate the color scheme.
  2. Run DA UI: Re-apply Settings command.

Found an Issue?

Please search for a similar issue first, before creating a new one.

Please fill out the issue template when reporting a bug or suggestion.

Color Schemes

Color Pack from Chris Kempson

Eighties Dark

Eighties Dark

Ocean Dark

Ocean Dark

Ocean Light

Ocean Light

Tomorrow Dark

Tomorrow Dark

Tomorrow Light

Tomorrow Light

Color Pack from Ethan Schoonover

Solarized Dark

Solarized Dark

Solarized Light

Solarized Light

Color Pack from Dmitri Voronianski

Oceanic Next

Oceanic Next

Color Pack from Wimer Hazenberg

  • Original sources.
  • Monokai © 2017.
  • You can show your appreciation to Wimer via buying Monokai Pro.

Monokai Classic

Monokai Classic

Monokai Machine

Monokai Machine

Monokai Octagon

Monokai Octagon

Monokai Pro

Monokai Pro

Monokai Ristretto

Monokai Ristretto

Monokai Spectrum

Monokai Spectrum

Color Pack from Mattia Astorino

Material

Material

Material Darker

Material Darker

Material Palenight

Material Palenight

Color Pack from GitHub Inc.

One Dark

One Dark

One Light

One Light

Color Pack from Jani Nurminen, Colin T.A. Gray, William D. Neumann

Zenburn

Zenburn

Color Pack from Adam Christiansen, Merrick Christensen, Trevor D. Miller

Nova

Nova

Color Pack from Arctic Ice Studio

Nord

Nord

Color Pack from Chris Thomas

Espresso Libre

Espresso Libre

Color Pack from Ian Hill

Espresso Soda

Espresso Soda

Color Pack from Ike Ku

Ayu Dark

Ayu Dark

Ayu Light

Ayu Light

Ayu Mirage

Ayu Mirage