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Theme - Pacific

by hrsetyono ALL

Sublime 3 theme based on Codecademy latest editor. Also available in ATOM and VISUAL STUDIO CODE

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Pacific - Sublime 3 Theme

A theme inspired from Codecademy editor and Google Material design.

The color scheme is optimized to be distinctive while still being easy on the eye. Also fits nicely on Windows 10.

Port

Screenshot

Pacific Dark - HTML

Pacific Dark - Overlay

More samples:

Installation

  1. Press CTRL + Shift + P and search for “Install Package”.

  2. Wait until a new popup appear and search for “Pacific”, then press Enter.

  3. Continue to set it up below.

Setting up the Theme:

Go to Preferences > Setting - User

It will open a text file. Add the following line to the comma-separated list

"color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Pacific/Pacific Dark.tmTheme",

"theme": "Pacific Dark.sublime-theme",

Manual Install

If the Package Control somehow does not work, you can install it manually:

  1. Download the latest file here

  2. In Sublime, go to Preferences > Browse Package.

  3. Extract the zip there and rename the folder to Theme - Pacific.

Credit

Pacific Theme is based on:

With inspiration from:

Also thank you to everyone who have given feedbacks and reported some bugs.