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Hivacruz Color Scheme

by kinoute ST3

A color scheme for Sublime Text 3 that works nicely with the Material Theme.

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Hivacruz Color Scheme for Sublime Text

Here is my Color Scheme for Sublime Text 3. Works best with The Material Theme (see below).

Hivacruz with Material Theme

How to use it?

There are two ways of using it:

  • Use it with your own theme or the built-in themes of Sublime Text ;
  • Use it with the Material Theme and the “Palenight” sub-theme (recommended).

Installation

I'm using the Roboto Mono Medium Nerd Font Complete font in my screenshots. On macOS, you can install it with Homebrew like this:

brew tap homebrew/cask-fonts
brew cask install font-robotomono-nerd-font

Via Package Control

  1. ToolsCommand Palette...Package Control: Install PackageHivacruz Color Scheme.
  2. Select Preferences → Color Scheme ... and pick Hivacruz from the menu.

Manual Installation

  1. Download the Hivacruz.tmTheme file from this repo.
  2. Select Preferences → Browse packages from the main menu.
  3. Copy Hivacruz.tmTheme files to Packages/User/.
  4. Select Preferences → Color Scheme ... and pick Hivacruz from the menu.

What theme is best for this color scheme?

Material Theme

Despite not being under active development anymore, the Material Theme remains one of the best Sublime Text Themes. I strongly recommend it to fit with this color scheme.

You can install this awesome theme through the Package Control.

  1. Press ⌘/Ctrl + ⇧ + P to open the command palette.
  2. Type Package Control: Install Package and press enter. Then search for Material Theme.

Activate the theme

Then you can active the theme from Preferences > Packages Settings and choose Material Theme > Activate.

Now go again to Preferences > Packages Settings and choose Material Theme > Configuration this time. Click on Theme and pick Material-Theme-Palenight.sublime-theme.

Theme settings

Here is the my recommended settings for this theme. To add them, go to Preferences > Settings. Add/replace the following lines:

"color_scheme": "Packages/User/Hivacruz.tmTheme",
    "font_face": "Roboto Mono Medium Nerd Font Complete",
    "font_size": 12,
    "line_padding_bottom": 1,
    "line_padding_top": 1,
    "bold_folder_labels": true,
    "material_theme_accent_cyan": true,
    "material_theme_accent_scrollbars": true,
    "material_theme_bright_scrollbars": true,
    "material_theme_compact_sidebar": true,
    "material_theme_contrast_mode": true,
    "material_theme_small_statusbar": true,
    "material_theme_small_tab": true,
    "material_theme_tabs_separator": true,
    "material_theme_titlebar": true,
    "material_theme_tree_headings": true,
    "theme": "Material-Theme-Palenight.sublime-theme",
    "mini_diff": false

Built-in themes or others

If you don't have any theme installed already and you don't want to install any, I suggest you to use the “Adaptive” built-in theme of Sublime text to fit with this color scheme.

To do that, just go to PreferencesTheme and pick Adaptive.

The Color scheme with this theme will look like this:

Examples

Here are some examples of how the color scheme treats popular languages.

Python

PHP

Bash

JS

CSS

HTML

YML

Markdown

Pull Requests

Feel free to submit changes to the color scheme. It's a work in progress and it lacks some features. Some are:

  • Better colors for incremental diff (at the moment I disabled it with "mini_diff": false)
  • Better colors for Markdown (through Markdown Editing package or by itself?)

## Same theme in other apps

I made similar themes with the same colours for different applications. Here there are:

I created as well a Typora theme, the famous Markdown editor, with similar colors.

Credits

Created by Yann Defretin. Heavily inspired by Coda 2.5's Panic Palette written by Cabel Sasser.