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A Hyperminimal UI Theme for Sublime Text

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  • Total 408K
  • Win 195K
  • OS X 144K
  • Linux 69K
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Windows 28 73 87 68 86 72 61 57 52 69 84 68 67 66 61 83 69 92 97 81 63 54 76 94 92 65 80 38 60 79 77 96 73 80 53 67 73 71 105 97 79 61 52 68 79 69
OS X 23 43 49 48 33 47 27 33 34 41 62 49 45 21 31 52 55 54 57 58 19 30 46 47 48 52 50 36 36 56 73 55 63 44 24 32 54 48 48 40 46 30 30 46 57 49
Linux 11 31 29 27 31 31 27 23 23 26 25 25 18 23 25 20 28 30 38 23 29 29 30 32 33 24 29 23 23 28 33 45 32 28 28 21 25 28 35 41 32 25 27 32 30 30

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Spacegray

A set of custom UI themes for Sublime Text 2/3. It's all about hype and minimal. Comes in different flavors with accompanying Base16 color schemes.


Themes

Spacegray

Default flavor based on Base16 Ocean Dark color scheme.

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Spacegray Light

Light variation based on Base16 Ocean Light color scheme.

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Spacegray Eighties

A variation based on Base16 Eighties Dark color scheme.

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The font used in the screenshots is Source Code Pro.


How to Install

Via Package Control

The easiest way to install is using Sublime Package Control, where Spacegray is listed as Theme - Spacegray.

  1. Open Command Palette using menu item Tools -> Command Palette... (P on Mac)
  2. Choose Package Control: Install Package
  3. Find Theme - Spacegray and hit Enter

Manual

You can also install the theme manually:

  1. Download the .zip
  2. Unzip and rename the folder to Theme - Spacegray
  3. Copy the folder into Packages directory, which you can find using the menu item Sublime Text -> Preferences -> Browse Packages...

How to Activate

Activate the UI theme and color scheme by modifying your user preferences file, which you can find using the menu item Sublime Text -> Preferences -> Settings - User (, on Mac).

You can choose whichever flavor you like, but don't forget to change both color scheme and UI theme so they match.

Note: Don't forget to restart Sublime Text after activating the theme.

Settings for Spacegray

{
  "theme": "Spacegray.sublime-theme",
  "color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Spacegray/base16-ocean.dark.tmTheme"
}

Settings for Spacegray Light

{
  "theme": "Spacegray Light.sublime-theme",
  "color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Spacegray/base16-ocean.light.tmTheme"
}

Settings for Spacegray Eighties

{
  "theme": "Spacegray Eighties.sublime-theme",
  "color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Spacegray/base16-eighties.dark.tmTheme"
}

Settings

Tab labels font size

Copy and paste one of four options in your user preferences file:

"spacegray_tabs_font_small": true
"spacegray_tabs_font_normal": true
"spacegray_tabs_font_large": true
"spacegray_tabs_font_xlarge": true

Tabs size

Tabs height:

"spacegray_tabs_small": true
"spacegray_tabs_normal": true
"spacegray_tabs_large": true
"spacegray_tabs_xlarge": true

Tabs width:

"spacegray_tabs_auto_width": true

Sidebar labels font size

"spacegray_sidebar_font_small": true
"spacegray_sidebar_font_normal": true
"spacegray_sidebar_font_large": true
"spacegray_sidebar_font_xlarge": true

Sidebar tree rows height

"spacegray_sidebar_tree_xsmall": true
"spacegray_sidebar_tree_small": true
"spacegray_sidebar_tree_normal": true
"spacegray_sidebar_tree_large": true
"spacegray_sidebar_tree_xlarge": true

Hide navigation icons in Sublime Text 3

"enable_tab_scrolling": false,

Enable sidebar fileicons (only works in Sublime Text 3)

"spacegray_fileicons": true,

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Disable custom OSX Title Bar in Sublime Text 3

Useful if you're using native OSX tabs since the custom Title Bar breaks the native tabs

"disable_custom_title_bar": true,

Thanks

The Spacegray Eighties variation is contributed by Yoshua Wuyts.