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Theme for Sublime Text inspired by Adobe Brackets

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Brackets Theme for Sublime Text

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A theme for Sublime Text inspired by Adobe Brackets.

This package only controlls the look of the user interface in Sublime Text. For the according syntax highlighting schemes also see my Brackets Color Scheme, which can be installed independently.

Installation

The theme requires Sublime Text build 4107 or newer. It can be installed with Sublime Text's package manager Package Control. From the command palette select Package Control: Install Package and search for Theme - Brackets.

Preview

Preview Dark

Preview Light

Customization

Various theme-related settings defined by Sublime Text, as well as a few custom settings specific to this theme are supported to tweak the appearance. All settings should be modified in the Preferences.sublime-settings file, which can be opened via Preferences > Settings from the menu.

Custom settings:

Setting Default Description
“kind_letters” false Use the default style with colored kind letters instead of icons in autocompletion popups and the Goto Symbol… panel.
“kind_icon_ambiguous” false Whether to show the icon for the “ambiguous” kind in autocompletion popups (usually used for word-completions from the buffer). This setting only applies if “kind_letters” is false or not specified.
“sidebar_status_colors” false Highlight filenames in the sidebar for files with Git status “new” or “modified” in green and orange. Regardless of this setting, files with status “ignored” are always dimmed.
“hide_sidebar_status_icons” false Hide the Git status icons in the sidebar.
“blend_inactive_tabs” false Blend the color of inactive tabs with the background. This is how inactive tabs in the built-in Default and Adaptive themes are shown. This setting only applies if “file_tab_style” is “rounded” or “square”.

Relevant standard settings:

Setting Default Description
“themed_title_bar” true Controls if a custom or default title bar is used.
“file_tab_style” “rounded” Controls the style of file tabs. Options: “rounded”, “square”, “angled”, “wave”.
“inactive_sheet_dimming” true If inactive sheets should have their background slightly modified to make input focus more obvious.
“highlight_modified_tabs” false Makes tabs with modified files more visible.
“overlay_scroll_bars” “system” Valid values are “system”, “enabled” and “disabled”.
“hide_tab_scrolling_buttons” false Hides the buttons for scrolling tabs left/right, requiring use of a trackpad or mouse scroll wheel.

Attributions

  • Kind icons used in the autocompletion popup and the Goto Symbol… panel, as well as icons indicating the Git status for sidebar entries are adapted from Microsoft's Codicons icon font (licensed under CC BY 4.0).

  • File icons in the sidebar are derived from FileIcons (licensed under the MIT license).

  • Textures for the “wave” tab style are derived from Theme - DAneo (licensed under the MIT license).