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Enhanced Monokai Color Scheme for Sublime Text

Continuous Integration Package Control

The Enhanced Monokai color scheme for Sublime Text is a brilliant modification and upgrade of the beloved Monokai color scheme. It's designed to provide a more vibrant and visually pleasing coding experience while preserving the essence of the original Monokai palette and enhancing specific elements for improved readability and code highlighting.

Note: If you've updated from v1 to v2, you may need to reset MonokaiFree as your color scheme. You can do this by navigating to Menu → Preferences → Select Color Scheme → MonokaiFree. For more details, refer to issue #7.

CSS

Features

  • Enhanced syntax highlighting: The Enhanced Monokai color scheme meticulously selects colors for syntax elements, making your code pop and easily distinguishable.

  • Improved contrast: Optimized color contrast ensures better visibility and reduces eye strain during lengthy coding sessions.

  • Fine-tuned color choices: Colors are chosen to strike a balance between aesthetics and functionality, creating a harmonious and pleasant coding environment.

  • Support for multiple languages: The Enhanced Monokai color scheme is suitable for various programming and markup languages, delivering consistent and cohesive syntax highlighting.

Installation

Method 1: Using Package Control

  1. Open Sublime Text.

  2. Press Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS) to summon the Command Palette.

  3. Type “Package Control: Install Package” and hit Enter.

  4. In the input field, type “MonokaiFree” and select it from the list of available packages.

  5. To activate the MonokaiFree color scheme, go to Command Palette → UI: Select Color Scheme and choose “MonokaiFree” from the list of available color schemes.

Method 2: Manual Installation

  1. Visit the MonokaiFree GitHub repository.

  2. Click on the “Code” button and choose “Download ZIP.”

  3. Extract the downloaded ZIP file.

  4. Open Sublime Text and navigate to Preferences -> Browse Packages... to open the Packages folder.

  5. Copy the “MonokaiFree” folder from the extracted ZIP and paste it into the Packages folder.

  6. To activate the MonokaiFree color scheme, go to Command Palette → UI: Select Color Scheme and choose “MonokaiFree” from the list of available color schemes.

Method 3: Manual Git Repository Installation

  1. Open a terminal or command prompt.

  2. Navigate to the Sublime Text Packages directory:

- On Windows: `%APPDATA%\Sublime Text\Packages`
- On macOS: `~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text/Packages`
- On Linux: `~/.config/sublime-text/Packages`
  1. Clone the plugin repository directly into the Packages directory using Git:
git clone https://github.com/gerardroche/sublime-monokai-free.git MonokaiFree
  1. To activate the MonokaiFree color scheme, go to Command Palette → UI: Select Color Scheme and choose “MonokaiFree” from the list of available color schemes.

Activating the MonokaiFree Color Scheme

To immerse yourself in the MonokaiFree color scheme in Sublime Text, follow these straightforward steps:

  1. Access the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. In the Command Palette, type UI: Select Color Scheme.

  3. A list of available color schemes will appear. Scroll through the list and select one of the following variants:

  • MonokaiFree - The classic Monokai color scheme.
  • MonokaiFreeBlue - A variant with a blue color palette.
  • MonokaiFreeDark - A darker version of the classic scheme.
  • MonokaiYaruDark - A variant inspired by Ubuntu Gnome Yaru Dark.
  • MonokaiDracula - A variant with a Dracula-inspired color scheme.

Now you can enjoy coding with the MonokaiFree color scheme that best suits your preferences. Revel in the enhanced visual appeal and readability while crafting code in Sublime Text. Happy coding!

Activating Themes in Sublime Text

To change the theme in Sublime Text, use the Command Palette. Follow these steps to activate your desired theme:

  1. Press Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS) to open the Command Palette.

  2. In the Command Palette, type UI: Select Theme.

  3. A new list of available themes will appear. Scroll through the list and select one of the following themes:

  • Adaptive
  • Default
  • Default Dark

Now you can work in Sublime Text with your preferred theme, enjoying a visually appealing and customizable coding environment. Happy coding!

Settings

Command Palette → Preferences: Settings

{
    "monokaifree.theme": true,
    "monokaifree.vcs_status_labels": true,
    "monokaifree.vcs_status_badges": true
}

Fonts

Experiment with alternative fonts to enhance your coding experience. Here are some font options to consider:

Font Repository Description
Fira Code GitHub Monospaced font with programming ligatures
Cascadia Code GitHub Monospaced font designed for coding in Windows Terminal
Source Code Pro GitHub Monospaced font aimed at coders and text editors
Inconsolata GitHub Monospaced font for code listings and terminal use
Hack GitHub Open-source monospaced font for developers
JetBrains Mono GitHub Typeface designed for coding, legible, and elegant
Monoid GitHub Unique coding font known for consistent shapes
Hasklig GitHub Unique coding font known for consistent shapes

Command Palette → Preferences: Settings

{
    "font_face": "Cascadia Code",
    "font_options": [
        "gray_antialias",
        "ss01", "ss02", "ss03", "ss04",
        "ss05", "ss06", "ss07", "ss08",
        "ss09", "ss10", "ss19", "ss20"
    ]
}

Font Options

Command Palette → Preferences: Settings

{
    "font_options": [
        "no_bold",
        "no_italic"
    ]
}

Available options on all platforms are:

  • "no_bold": Disables bold text.
  • "no_italic": Disables italic text.

Antialiasing options:

  • "no_antialias": Disables antialiasing.
  • "gray_antialias": Uses grayscale antialiasing instead of subpixel.

Ligature options:

  • "no_liga": Disables standard ligatures (OpenType liga feature).
  • "no_clig": Disables contextual ligatures (OpenType clig feature).
  • "no_calt": Disables contextual alternatives (OpenType calt feature).
  • "dlig": Enables discretionary ligatures (OpenType dlig feature).
  • "ss01": Enables OpenType stylistic set 1. You can enable sets 1 to 10 by changing the last two digits.

Windows-only options:

  • "directwrite" (default): Use DirectWrite for font rendering.
  • "gdi": Use GDI for font rendering.
  • "dwrite_cleartype_classic": Only applicable to “directwrite” mode, should render fonts similar to traditional GDI.
  • "dwrite_cleartype_natural": Only applicable to “directwrite” mode, should render fonts similar to ClearType “natural quality” GDI.
  • "subpixel_antialias": Force ClearType antialiasing when disabled at the system level.

Mac-only options:

  • "no_round": Don't round glyph widths for monospace fonts when “font_size” is small.

File Icons

Consider using FileIcons to incorporate colorful icons into your sidebar. If you prefer grayscale icons, you can find them here. These icons are compatible with both the Default and Adaptive themes.

FileIcons

Streamlined Status Bar

For a minimalist status bar, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Choose “Preferences: Settings”.

  3. Add the following JSON configuration:

{
       "show_indentation": false,
       "show_line_column": "compact",
       "show_sidebar_button": false,
       "show_syntax": false
   }

This setup simplifies your status bar by removing indentation information, displaying line and column numbers in a compact format, hiding the sidebar button, and omitting syntax information.

File Tabs

For minimalist file tabs, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Choose “Preferences: Settings”.

  3. Add the following JSON configuration:

{
       "file_tab_style": "square",
       "mouse_wheel_switches_tabs": false,
       "show_tab_close_buttons": false
   }

Inactive Sheets

To disable sheet dimming for inactive sheets and make changing input focus less distracting, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Choose “Preferences: Settings”.

  3. Add the following JSON configuration:

{
       "inactive_sheet_dimming": false
   }

This configuration prevents inactive sheets from being dimmed, improving the visibility of the input focus.

Disabling Animations

For a more streamlined interface without animations, you can disable them:

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Select “Preferences: Settings”.

  3. Add the following JSON configuration:

{
       "animation_enabled": false
   }

This configuration turns off animations for a more static and efficient visual experience.

Customizing Caret Appearance

Personalize the appearance of the caret by customizing its corner style:

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Type and select “UI: Customize Color Scheme”.

  3. Add the following JSON configuration to customize the caret's corner style:

{
       "globals": {
           "block_caret_corner_style": "round"
       }
   }

By implementing this configuration, you'll modify the corner style of the caret, giving it a round touch. This subtle adjustment enhances your overall editing experience.

Customizing Selection Appearance

Personalize the appearance of the selection, particularly its corner style:

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Type and select “UI: Customize Color

Scheme”.

  1. Add the following JSON configuration to customize the corner style of the selection:
{
       "globals": {
           "selection_corner_style": "square"
       }
   }

By applying this configuration, you'll change the corner style of the selection to a square shape. This customization adds a distinctive and visually appealing touch to your selections during editing tasks.

Customizations

Make the color scheme your own with customizations. To do this, navigate to Menu → Preferences → Customize Color Scheme:

{
    "variables": {
        "bg0": "#292C3F",
    },
    "globals": {
        "caret": "yellow",
        "block_caret": "yellow",
        "block_caret_border": "yellow",
        "block_caret_corner_style": "square",
        "selection_corner_style": "square",
        "brackets_options": "foreground bold glow",
    },
    "rules": []
}

Base variables

COLOR HEX R G B Example usage
1 bg0 #272822 39 40 34 Background
2 bg1 #3e3d32 62 61 50 Rulers, invisibles
3 bg2 #43443b Line highlight, selections
4 bg3 TBD
5 fg0 #f8f8f2 248 248 242 Text
6 fg1 #cfcfc2 207 207 194 Text (soft)
7 fg2 #75715e 117 113 94 Comments, selections, gutter text
8 fg3 TBD
9 yellow #e6db74 230 219 116 Strings, cursors
10 orange #fd971f 253 151 31 Language identifiers, function parameters
11 red #f92672 249 38 114 Control structures, modifiers, operators
12 magenta #fd5ff0 253 95 240 Errors, deprecations, notices
13 violet #ae81ff 174 129 255 Constants, numbers, booleans
14 blue #66d9ef 102 217 239 Built-in identifiers, declarations, functions
15 cyan #a1efe4 161 239 228
16 green #a6e22e 166 226 46 Class names, function names

Other variables

Reference Description
caret fg0 Carets, gutter foreground highlight
guide fg1 Indent guides
selection bg2 Selections, highlights

Variants

Variants inherit from the base and functional variables.

Example: Customizing Indent Guides

Menu → Preferences → Customize Color Scheme

{
    "variables": {},
    "globals": {
        "active_guide": "var(green)",
        "guide": "var(blue)",
        "stack_guide": "var(fg2)",
    },
    "rules": []
}

Example: Customizing Caret

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Select “UI: Customize Color Scheme”.

  3. Add the following JSON configuration:

{
       "variables": {},
       "globals": {
           "caret": "yellow",
           "block_caret": "yellow",
           "block_caret_border": "yellow",
       },
       "rules": []
   }

Example: Customizing Background

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (macOS).

  2. Select “UI: Customize Color Scheme”.

  3. Add the following JSON configuration:

{
       "variables": {
           "bg0": "#292C3F",
       },
       "globals": {},
       "rules": []
   }

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JavaScript

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Supported syntaxes

Contributing

The MonokaiFree color scheme is an open-source project, and contributions are welcome. If you have suggestions for improvements or encounter any issues, please feel free to submit a pull request or open an issue on the official repository.

Enjoy Coding with MonokaiFree

With the MonokaiFree color scheme, you can elevate your coding experience in Sublime Text, making it more enjoyable and visually appealing. Embrace the vibrant and enhanced color palette to boost productivity and immerse yourself in the world of coding. Happy coding!

License

Released under the GPL-3.0-or-later License.