FT Origami is a Sublime Text Plugin with auto-completion and colour highlighting
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FT Origami is a plugin for the editor Sublime Text 2 and 3, which shows Origami colors in code and adds code autocomplete for commonly used snippets.
Based on Origami itself and the Origami color palette
This package is a fork of ColorHighlighter.
- Recommended - Using Sublime Package Control
Package Control: Install Package
- Alternatively, download the package from GitHub into your
- For icons install ImageMagick
Just click or move the cursor (or multiple cursors) on the color code e.g. “#FFFFFF” and it'll be highlighted with its real color.
These color formats are currently supported:
- All CSS color formats.
- Hexadecimal RGBA (“#FFFFFFFF”).
- Hexadecimal ARGB (“#FFFFFFFF”) (if you set the setting argb to true).
- Named colors like “green”, “black” and many others.
- Less/Sass/SCSS/Stylus variables (supports importing from another files).
- [VAL, VAL, VAL] and [VAL, VAL, VAL, VAL] when editing *.sublime-theme files. Where VAL can be the following:
- An integer: from 0 to 255.
- A float value from 0.0 to 1.0, you can also skip leading zero (like that: .25)
- A percentage from 0% to 100%.
You can choose the highliting style from:
- “Filled”, “outlined”, “none” in ST2.
- “Filled”, “outlined”, “none”, “underlined” (solid, strippled, squiggly) in ST3.
You can also turn on highlighting all colors at once. This mode has own highlighting style, so you can highlight all colors with underline and selected colors with filled rect.
You can also enable icons, which will be shown in the gutter of a file (ST3 only).
You can also set the color highlighter to use Hexadecimal ARGB instead of RGBA.
You can always turn off default keybindings via main menu.