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Purple​Haze

by klomontes ALL

Custom color scheme for Sublime Text

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Purple Haze – Color Scheme for Sublime Text

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Installation

If you are using Package Control:

  1. Hit Cmd + Shift + P (Ctrl + Shift + P for Windows) to bring up the command pallete
  2. Type in Install Package
  3. In the Package Control search field type in PurpleHaze and select it from the dropdown

To install manually:

  1. Download PurpleHaze.tmtheme file
  2. Open Sublime text and click on Preferences -> Browse Packages
  3. Once you are inside the Sublime Text folder called “Packages” create a new folder naming it “Colorsublime-Themes”
  4. Put the file PurpleHaze.tmtheme file inside the “Colorsublime-Themes” folder
  5. Go to Preferences -> Color Scheme -> Colorsublime-Themes in Sublime Text and select PurpleHaze

Voila!