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Freya

by mistydemeo ALL

Loose adaptation of Georg Dahn's Freya for Sublime Text / TextMate

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Freya

Sublime Text / TextMate color scheme adapted from Freya, my favourite vim colour scheme. It's a lovely dark scheme with warm, low-contrast colours that looks like this:

Screenshot of Freya in MacVim

Installation (using Package Control)

  1. Open the command palette. (cmd+shift+P on Mac OS X, ctrl+shift+P on other OSs)
  2. Type Install Package and press enter.
  3. Search for Freya and press enter.

After installation

Activate the theme by adding the following key to your settings:

"color_scheme": "Packages/Freya/Freya.tmTheme"

Credits

Freya is originally by Georg Dahn.