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Theme - DAneo

by SublimeText ST3

A theme for Sublime Text 3.2+ inspired by the popular DA UI

Labels theme, adaptive

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Theme - DAneo

Theme - DAneo is an adaptive theme for Sublime Text 3 inspired by the popular DA UI.

The package is built up from scratch without any runtime code. It uses the new ST 3.2 sublime-theme format to provide the different theme variants without duplicating every single theme rule.

DAneo - Classic

Classic

DAneo - Elegant

Elegant

DAneo - Minimal

Minimal

DAneo - Origin

Origin

DAneo - Sodish

Sodish

DAneo - Sublime

Sublime

Installation

This package is not available via Package Control at the moment, so you need to manually clone the repository to your Data/Packages directory.

Mac OS
cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/
git clone "https://github.com/SublimeText/Theme-DAneo.git" "Theme - DAneo"
Linux
cd ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages
git clone "https://github.com/SublimeText/Theme-DAneo.git" "Theme - DAneo"
Windows
cd "%APPDATA%\Sublime Text 3\Packages"
git clone "https://github.com/SublimeText/Theme-DAneo.git" "Theme - DAneo"

Customization

The most general aspects of the GUI can be modified by the following settings in the Preferences.sublime-settings.

Note: With PackageDev installed, all preferences are available via auto completion.

Default Settings

The following general settings defined by Sublime Text are supported.

Setting Default Description
"always_show_minimap_viewport" false Always visualise the viewport on the minimap, as opposed to only showing it on mouse over
"bold_folder_labels" false Show folders in the side bar in bold
"enable_tab_scrolling" true Allows tabs to scroll left and right, instead of simply shrinking
"highlight_modified_tabs" false Makes tabs with modified files more visible
"mouse_wheel_switches_tabs" false Use mouse wheel to change tabs, if enable_tab_scrolling is false
"overlay_scroll_bars" "system" If true scrollbars are displayed only while scrolling. If false scrollbars are always visible. The default "system" enables overlay scrollbars on MacOS only.
"show_tab_close_buttons" true Show a close button on each tab.

For information about them please refer to the official Sublime Text 3 Documentation.

Custom Theme Settings

Setting Default Description
"show_disclosure_buttons" true Controls whether to show the disclosure buttons in the sidebar
"show_sidebar_icons" true Controls whether to show folder and file icons in the sidebar
"show_sidebar_closed_dir_badges" true Controls whether to show vcs status badges for collapsed directories in the side bar if show_sidebar_vcs_badges is true
"show_sidebar_opened_dir_badges" false Controls whether to show vcs status badges for expanded directories in the side bar if show_sidebar_vcs_badges is true
"show_sidebar_vcs_badges" true Controls whether to show vcs status badges in the side bar
"show_scroll_tabs_buttons" true Controls whether to show the tab scroll buttons
"show_tabs_dropdown_button" true Controls whether to show the tabs dropdown button
"show_panel_button" true Controls whether to show the show panel button in the left corner of the status bar
"show_panel_close_button" false Controls whether to show the close button of the find and replace panels

Editing the Theme

Most relevant theme attributes are defined as “variables” in the base theme so the themes can be tweaked just like a normal preferences file. This project is in early development state so there is no stable predefined list of variables to be exposed for quick user customization so far.