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Monochrome Color Schemes

Monochrome color schemes for Sublime Text

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Monochrome Color Themes for Sublime Text

These are Sublime Text-compatible color themes based upon the themes described in Monochrome Color Themes for Xcode.

Installation

The easiest way to install the color schemes is by using Package Control. Install Package Control, and then install the Monochrome Color Schemes package.

To clone this repository to the location of Sublime Text packages, do the following:

cd "~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages"
git clone https://github.com/kristopherjohnson/MonochromeSublimeText.git Monochrome

Then choose one of the themes from the Sublime Text → Preferences → Color Scheme → Monochrome submenu.

Amber

Amber theme screenshot

Green

Green theme screenshot

Blue

Blue theme screenshot

Blueprint

Blueprint theme screenshot

daVinci

daVinci theme screenshot