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by Vik Borges ST3

VisualChanger allows you to add profiles that affect the editor settings and its plugins

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  • Win 83
  • OS X 18
  • Linux 15
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Sublime Text 3 - Visual Changer

VisualChanger is a simple tool that allows you to add profiles that affect settings of the editor and its plugins. You can then change between profiles using the command palette or key bindings.

Installation

  • Search for VisualChanger in Sublime's package control

Usage

Usage gif

  • VisualChanger adds an example configuration in your settings file(Preferences > Settings):
"visual_changer":
     {
        "profile_name_1":
        {
            "plugins_and_syntax-specific_settings":
            {
            },
            "visual_changer_test": "value 1"
        },
        "profile_name_2":
        {
            "plugins_and_syntax-specific_settings":
            {
            },
            "visual_changer_test": "value 2"
        },
        "profile_name_3":
        {
            "plugins_and_syntax-specific_settings":
            {
            },
            "visual_changer_test": "value 3"
        }
     }
  • Example of profile configuration
    • You can target the editor, plugins and syntax-specific settings.
    • They keys in plugins_and_syntax-specific_settings refer to the name of the setting file used, in this case PlainTasks is the name of the setting file for the PlainTasks plugin and Python is the name for the Python syntax-specific setting file.
"visual_changer":{
        "day":
        {
            "color_scheme": "Packages/ayu/ayu-light.tmTheme",
            "original_color_scheme": "Packages/ayu/ayu-light.tmTheme",
            "theme": "ayu-light.sublime-theme",

            "plugins_and_syntax-specific_settings":
            {
                "PlainTasks":
                {
                    "color_scheme": "Packages/PlainTasks/tasks-solarized-light.hidden-tmTheme"
                },

                "Python":{
                    "font_size": 10
                }
            },
        },
        "night":
        {
            "color_scheme": "Packages/ayu/ayu-mirage.tmTheme",
            "original_color_scheme": "Packages/ayu/ayu-mirage.tmTheme",
            "theme": "ayu-mirage.sublime-theme",

            "plugins_and_syntax-specific_settings":
            {
                "PlainTasks":
                {
                    "color_scheme": "Packages/PlainTasks/tasks-eighties-colored.hidden-tmTheme"
                },

                "Python":{
                    "font_size": 15
                }
            }
        }
    }
  • You can change between profiles using the command palette(Ctrl+Shift+p) or using key bindings

###### Setting key binding:

{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+d"], "command": "visual_changer", "args": {"profile_chosen": "day"} }