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File​Icons

by braver ST3

File icons for Sublime Text

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  • Total 67K
  • Win 38K
  • OS X 13K
  • Linux 16K
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Windows 75 106 99 75 66 104 102 89 94 95 72 88 98 94 87 112 113 76 83 110 97 90 117 103 89 79 84 129 126 112 101 84 80 82 108 136 113 116 75 75 117 117 108 124 139 91
OS X 23 31 21 23 26 29 26 29 35 31 9 19 34 30 30 35 22 22 26 24 30 21 35 35 16 29 26 24 36 41 39 17 20 24 41 31 29 45 17 21 32 46 36 36 62 30
Linux 28 48 43 38 37 43 40 37 55 44 29 40 48 54 57 35 46 50 40 54 45 43 52 38 37 33 49 59 50 48 35 34 46 50 37 41 41 22 48 44 44 53 44 54 55 56

Readme

Source
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FileIcons

Colored file icons for Sublime Text. Also available in greyscale.

Adds specific, colored icons for most file types for the sidebar in Sublime Text 3. Supports both the Default and Adaptive themes.

Inspired by A File Icon, but simpler:

  • Doesn't introduce “alias” languages like “Javascript (Gulpfile)”
  • No runtime code: no manipulation of settings or themes, no restarting
  • No configuration: just uses existing theme override behavior

Customize

The following changes are made to Adaptive/Default.sublime-theme. You can override them by creating a theme file with the same name in your Packages/User directory.

[
  {
    "class": "icon_file_type",
    "layer0.tint": [255, 255, 255],
    "layer0.opacity": 0.75,
    "content_margin": [8, 8]
  },
  {
    "class": "icon_file_type",
    "parents": [{"class": "tree_row", "attributes": ["hover"]}],
    "layer0.opacity": 0.5
  },
  {
    "class": "icon_file_type",
    "parents": [{"class": "tree_row", "attributes": ["selected"]}],
    "layer0.opacity": 1.0
  }
]

Contributing

The “build” directory contains svg assets. Each icon is assigned a color in icons.json, available colors are listed in colors.json.

To produce png files:

  • npm install
  • npm run build

To add an icon:

  • add an svg asset with the correct name
  • add an entry to icons.json and assign it a color
  • add an entry to the preferences directory
  • run the build
  • commit the files
  • open a PR
  • 💃

Enable file icons for 3rd party themes

To get file icons in any theme other than Default or Adaptive, take the following steps:

  • Go to the Sublime Text “Packages” directory (e.g. via the command “Browse Packages”).
  • Download the latest version of FileIcons, or clone the repo. Download or switch to the mono branch for the gray-scale icons.
  • Put the “FileIcons” directory you just downloaded/cloned into “Packages” directory.
  • In your settings, check what theme you're using (e.g. 'itg.flat.dark.sublime-theme').
  • In the FileIcons directory, open the “theme” directory. At the top you should see both “Adaptive.sublime-theme” and “Default.sublime-theme”. You can rename either of those to the filename you just found in your settings.
  • Restart Sublime Text and you should see icons in the sidebar!

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If you enjoy this package, feel free to make a little donation via PayPal towards the coffee that keeps this project running. It's much appreciated!