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:traffic_light: Tinacious Design syntax theme for Sublime Text.

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Tinacious Design Syntax

Tinacious Design Syntax is a dark syntax theme that uses a bright palette of colours including pink, blue, turquoise, green, purple, and orange.

Colours curated by Web and Mobile designer and developer Tina from Tinacious Design.

Variations

This syntax theme is now available in both dark and light variations.

Dark

To use the dark syntax theme, add the following to your User Settings:

{
  "color_scheme": "Packages/Tinacious Design colour scheme/Tinacious-Design.tmTheme"
}

Light

To use the light syntax theme, add the following to your User Settings:

{
  "color_scheme": "Packages/Tinacious Design colour scheme/Tinacious-Design-Light.tmTheme"
}

Changelog

Date Version Change
5 Mar 2017 0.2.0 Increased contrast of current line & selected text
12 April 2016 0.1.0 Initial release