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Ultimate Dark Neo

by rubjo ALL

Sublime Text 3 theme + scheme, inspired by Spacegray + Mariana

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Ultimate Dark Neo

My second take on the ultimate dark colour theme/scheme for code (main focus: finding pleasant settings for HTML/CSS/JS).

Based on Sublime Text's built-in Mariana scheme and kkga's Spacegray (https://github.com/kkga/spacegray)

Screenshot The font used in the screenshot is Victor Mono.


Installation

Via Package Control

The easiest way to install is using Sublime Package Control.

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

Manually

You can also install the theme manually:

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

Activation

You can activate the colour scheme by modifying your Preferences-User file which you can find by using the menu item Sublime Text -> Preferences -> Settings - User (, on Mac).


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