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Meetio Theme

by meetio-theme ST3

The most powerful and adaptive theme for Sublime Text 3

Labels theme, scheme, light, dark

Details

  • 5.1.0
    5.0.0
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 1 month ago
  • 30 minutes ago
  • 1 year ago

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  • Total 2K
  • Win 1K
  • Mac 464
  • Linux 366
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Installation

Easy:

  1. Open Command Palette using menu item Tools → Command Palette or CMD/CTRL + SHIFT +P.
  2. Choose Package Control: Install Package.
  3. Type Meetio Theme and press ENTER.

Manually:

  1. Download latest release and unzip. it into your Packages folder.
  2. Go to Sublime Text → Preferences → Browse Packages.
  3. Move folder to inside and rename the folder to Meetio Theme.

Activate Theme

You can active this theme from:

  1. Command Palette Tools → Command Palette or CMD/CTRL + SHIFT + P.
  2. Typing UI: Select Theme next find for Meetio Theme and press ENTER.
  3. Same process for scheme go to the Command Palette.
  4. Typing UI: Select Color Scheme choose you favorite scheme and press ENTER.

Manually you can go to (Preferences > Settings - User) and paste the following code:

{
    "color_scheme": "Packages/Meetio Theme/schemes/Meetio Darker.sublime-color-scheme",
    "theme": "Meetio-Theme.sublime-theme"
}

Theme Settings

This theme provide a visual configuration tool that allow you to configure the theme by activating the available options from an inline popup.

  • Just click in Sublime Text → Preferences → Packages Settings → Meetio Theme → Edit Settings.
  • You can also open the settings from the Command Palette by searching Meetio Theme: Edit Settings.
{
  // Tabs
  "meetio_tabs_diff_icon": true, // show icon diff in tab.
  "meetio_tabs_diff_pencil_icon": false, // show diff pencil icon in tab.

  // Sidebar
  "meetio_sidebar_disclosure": false, // set disclosure tree controls.

  // Global
  "meetio_high_contrast": false, // increases the contrast between the editor.

  // Panels
  "meetio_input_search_icon": true, // show icon search in inputs.

  // Status bar
  "meetio_status_badges": true, // show vcs status badges in the status bar.
}

Override Theme Variables

Meetio Theme provides a bunch of variables to improve your experience with theming.

  • Sublime Text → Preferences → Packages Settings → Meetio Theme → Theme Configuration.
  • Command Palette CMD/CTRL + SHIFT + P searching Meetio Theme: Theme Configuration.
{
    "variables": {
        "colorAccent": "#6772e4",
        "statusbarBackground": "var(colorAccent)",
        "statusbarLabelColor": "#fff"
    }
}

File Icons

Meetio Theme from version 3.0.0 supports customization via A File Icon package.Please install it and restart Sublime for better experience.

Recommended Settings

To enjoy a better experience of using the Meetio Theme in your Sublime Text, please check the following settings.

{
    "font_face": "Fira Code",
    "highlight_line": true,
    "enable_tab_scrolling": true,
    "font_options": ["gray_antialias", "subpixel_antialias"], // On retina Mac & Windows
    "indent_guide_options": ["draw_normal", "draw_active"], // Highlight active indent
    "margin": 20,
    "line_padding_bottom": 7,
    "line_padding_top": 7
}

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