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Grandson-of-Obsidian

by jfromaniello ST2/ST3

Textmate theme inspired in Obsidian

Details

  • 2015.05.27.23.14.12
  • github.​com
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  • Total 5K
  • Win 3K
  • OS X 1K
  • Linux 894
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Readme

Source
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Introduction

This is a tmTheme for textmate which also works on Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3.

It is inspired by the Visual Studio theme Son of Obsidian which also is inspired by Eclipse Obsidian.

I am using it mainly for html and javascript, feel free to enhance and send me the changes.

Grandson of Obsidian

Installation

Download the file or install with Package Decontrol:

jfromaniello/sublime-node-require

How to install in TextMate?

I don't know but it might be something like:

~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Themes

How to install manually (tested in Sublime Text 3)

  1. Click Preferences -> Browse Packages…
  2. Create a new folder called “Grandson-of-Obsidian” (or whatever you'd prefer it be named)
  3. Copy the GrandsonOfObsidian.tmTheme to that folder
  4. Click Preferences -> Color Scheme -> Grandson-of-Obsidian -> GrandsonOfObsidian.tmTheme