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🎨🖌 Modern Sublime Text theme

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  • Total 181K
  • Win 99K
  • OS X 50K
  • Linux 33K
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Windows 21 208 232 219 257 270 236 206 201 272 312 314 222 221 150 164 183 219 208 247 193 156 143 194 244 203 210 205 139 156 180 199 194 197 219 143 156 197 198 211 229 208 171 166 192 236
OS X 3 64 93 109 89 102 102 63 81 148 154 171 79 85 51 59 71 82 87 91 83 47 56 100 82 87 93 77 41 58 82 88 83 93 69 56 42 77 78 73 83 106 53 71 90 80
Linux 4 74 61 65 124 83 98 65 56 113 90 94 74 77 49 66 70 62 71 54 66 53 68 67 73 82 74 61 57 56 69 78 76 66 80 61 58 61 67 60 67 57 51 59 58 65

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ayu

ayu is a simple theme with bright colors and comes in three versions — dark, mirage and light for all day long comfortable work.

File Icons

ayu from version 3.0.0 supports customization via A File Icon package. Please install it and restart Sublime for better experience.

Screenshots

Light with ui_separator option on

Light


Mirage with ui_separator option off

Mirage


Dark with ui_separator option on

Dark

Settings

"ui_native_titlebar":       true, // use native titlebars on macOs
"ui_separator":             true, // separators between panels
"ui_wide_scrollbars":       true, // wider scrollbars

Installation

Recommended

You can install ayu via Package Control.

  1. Press cmd/ctrl + shift + p to open the command palette.
  2. Type install package and press enter. Then search for ayu
Manual
  1. Download the latest release, extract and rename the directory to ayu.
  2. Move the directory inside your sublime /Packages directory. (Preferences > Browse packages…)

Activation

Recommended

Open command palette via Tools > Command Palette (or cmd/ctrl + shift + p) and type ayu: Activate theme.

With Skins package

Skins provides a simple and efficient way to change themes, save your own presets and quickly try out new looks. Activation is as simple as opening up the command palette, running Select Skin and choosing Ayu - Dark or Ayu - Light from the list.

Via Preferences

Add these lines to your user settings Preferences > Setting - User:

For light theme:

"theme": "ayu-light.sublime-theme",
"color_scheme": "Packages/ayu/ayu-light.sublime-color-scheme",

For mirage theme:

"theme": "ayu-mirage.sublime-theme",
"color_scheme": "Packages/ayu/ayu-mirage.sublime-color-scheme",

For dark theme:

"theme": "ayu-dark.sublime-theme",
"color_scheme": "Packages/ayu/ayu-dark.sublime-color-scheme",

Sublime Text 2

ayu no longer supports Sublime Text 2. But you still can download and install manually previous version.

Related projects and ports

made with ❤️ by @dempfi