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distractionless

Automatic windowed distraction free mode while editing in Sublime Text.

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distractionless plug-in for Sublime Text

Automatic windowed distraction free mode while editing in Sublime Text.

Screencast

Screencast shows the Adaptive Theme with the Mariana Color Scheme. The font shown is PragmataPro.

Documentation

Plugin documentation is available via the menu or command palette.

Code of conduct

can be found in the default community health files

https://github.com/jrappen/.github/blob/master/CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md

Contributing guide

can be found in the default community health files

https://github.com/jrappen/.github/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md

Requirements

distractionless targets and is tested against the latest Build of Sublime Text, currently requiring Build 4074 or later.

Installation

Using Package Control is not required, but recommended as it keeps your packages (with their dependencies) up-to-date!

Installation via Package Control

Usage

distractionless makes Sublime Text automatically enter Distraction Free mode in a windowed environment when you start editing a file.

distractionless will then make Sublime Text automatically switch back to normal mode as soon as:

  • you save, open or clone a file.
  • you open new, switch or close tabs.
  • Sublime Text gains focus.

Settings

Use the settings of Sublime Text to customize how views are displayed in each mode:

  • Preferences > Settings
  • Preferences > Settings - Syntax Specific
  • Preferences > Settings - Distraction Free

You might want to set the following in Preferences > Settings:

Error: language “jsonc” is not supported
{
    "auto_hide_menu": true,
    "auto_hide_status_bar": true,
    "auto_hide_tabs": true
}

Use the distractionless settings to further customize when and what is toggled:

  • Preferences > Package Settings > distractionless > Settings

Below the currently supported settings:

Error: language “jsonc” is not supported
{
//  number of changes after which UI is toggled automatically
    "distractionless.toggle_after": 1,

//  toggle minimap when switching modes
    "distractionless.toggle_minimap": true,

//  toggle sidebar when switching modes
    "distractionless.toggle_sidebar": true
}

Source Code

github.com/jrappen/sublime-distractionless

License

See LICENSE.

Issues

Please use the command palette or the main menu to report an issue.

Donations

paypal.me/jrappen