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Hivacruz Theme

by kinoute ST3

A dark blue theme and color scheme for Sublime Text 3 and 4.

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Hivacruz Theme for Sublime Text

A dark blue Theme and Color Scheme for Sublime Text 3 and 4 (build 3211 and newer).

Hivacruz with Material Theme

The font used in the screenshot is Roboto Mono Nerd Font, Medium, 12px.

Installation

Via Package Control

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

Manual Installation

  1. Download the repository to your computer and rename the folder to “Hivacruz Theme”.
  2. Go to Preferences → Browse packages from the main menu.
  3. Copy the folder Hivacruz Theme to Packages (not inside the User folder).
  4. Go to Preferences → Theme ... and pick Hivacruz Theme from the menu.
  5. Go to Preferences → Color Scheme ... and pick Hivacruz Theme from the menu.

File Icons

Hivacruz supports customization via A File Icon package. Please install it and restart Sublime for a better experience.

Recommended settings

Font

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

For other OSes, you can also find the font file here.

Settings

Here is the my recommended settings for this theme – the ones used in the screenshots. To add them, go to Preferences → Settings. Add/replace the following lines:

"font_face": "Roboto Mono Medium Nerd Font Complete",
    "font_size": 12,
    "line_padding_bottom": 1,
    "line_padding_top": 1,
    "bold_folder_labels": true,
    "ensure_newline_at_eof_on_save": true,
    "index_files": true,
    "tab_size": 4,
    "translate_tabs_to_spaces": true,
    "trim_trailing_white_space_on_save": true,
    "word_wrap": true,
    "ensure_newline_at_eof_on_save": true,
    "caret_style": "blink",
    "draw_shadows": false

Custom settings

If you would like to change a few things to make your experience better, you can easily customize the theme and the color scheme on ST4:

Customize the Theme

To change something related to the theme (sidebar, title bar etc):

  1. Pull up the command palette with cmd/ctrl + shift + p
  2. Type in Customize Theme and press Enter. It will open a new window with two tabs opened: on the left, the default theme values ; on the right, your own customised values.

For example, if you want to change the sidebar font size (which is quite small by default), you can do that:

// Documentation at https://www.sublimetext.com/docs/themes.html
{
    "variables":
    {
    },
    "rules":
    [
      {
         "class": "sidebar_label",
         "font.size": 13, // increase font size for sidebar folder/files
         "font.face": "Fira Code" // changing the font face as well
      },
    ]
}

More infos about Sublime Text theming rules can be found here: https://www.sublimetext.com/docs/themes.html.

Customize the color scheme

To change something related to the color scheme (syntax highlighting of your code):

  1. Pull up the command palette with cmd/ctrl + shift + p
  2. Type in Customize Color scheme and press Enter. It will open a new window with two tabs opened: on the left, the default color scheme values ; on the right, your own customised values.

For example, if you want to change the Markdown headings color from orange to yellow, you can do:

{
    "variables":
    {
    },
    "globals":
    {
    },
    "rules":
    [
    {
        "name": "Markup: Heading Symbols",
        "scope": "markup.heading",
        "foreground": "#afe61d",
        "font_style": "bold"
    },
    {
        "name": "Markdown headings Section",
        "scope": "entity.name.section.markdown",
        "foreground": "#afe61d"
    },
    ]
}

More informations about color schemes rules can be found here: https://www.sublimetext.com/docs/color_schemes.html.

Contribution

Feel free to submit changes to the theme and color scheme. It's a work in progress and it might lack some features!

Screenshots

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

Python

PHP

Bash

JS

CSS

HTML

YML

Markdown

## Same theme in other apps

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

Credits

  • Created by Yann Defretin.
  • Inspired by Coda 2.5's Panic Palette written by Cabel Sasser.
  • The File Icons come from the Mooon Light Theme by Samir Ansari.