Theme - Centurion
A clean cut UI theme for Sublime Text.
- Total 62K
- Win 35K
- Mac 15K
- Linux 12K
|Jul 4||Jul 3||Jul 2||Jul 1||Jun 30||Jun 29||Jun 28||Jun 27||Jun 26||Jun 25||Jun 24||Jun 23||Jun 22||Jun 21||Jun 20||Jun 19||Jun 18||Jun 17||Jun 16||Jun 15||Jun 14||Jun 13||Jun 12||Jun 11||Jun 10||Jun 9||Jun 8||Jun 7||Jun 6||Jun 5||Jun 4||Jun 3||Jun 2||Jun 1||May 31||May 30||May 29||May 28||May 27||May 26||May 25||May 24||May 23||May 22||May 21||May 20|
A clean cut UI theme for Sublime Text 2 bastardised from the source code of Soda.
Centurion was made out of a want for less UI and more code. It's so minimal you can barely see it.
Just install through Package Control and make sure to update the theme in your
Settings - User file with:
To update the syntax hightlighting using Galea make sure you add following lines into your
Settings - User file:
"color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Centurion/Galea.tmTheme"
"color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Centurion/GaleaLight.tmTheme"
Centurion has a few settings that you can tweaking that you can apply through your
Settings - User file. Below is a list of all the properties you can activate. Just boink them into your settings file and toggle at will.
// Colors "centurion_color_blue": false, "centurion_color_red": false, "centurion_color_yellow": false, "centurion_color_orange": false, "centurion_color_grey": false, // UI "centurion_tab_close_buttons": false, "centurion_tab_scrolling": false,
Centurion now ships with its own syntax highlighting. Galea is a simple theme designed to cut down on the use of color in conflicting locations. There are only five colors, each relating to a high level Textmate scope.
|Yellow||Entity / Tag|
|Red||Support / Keyword|
Additionally each file's background is tinted to distinguish it's type. Front-end remains grey, backend is blue and data-files are green.
If you like the theme and find some bugs please do let me know. I've been testing it only with my current pipeline so there are bound to be file types that miss out. Just bug it out and I'll do my best to fix them up.