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My first take at an alternate theme for sublime

My first take at an alternate theme for sublime

Postby rulfzid on Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:21 am

In response to this thread, I finally cowboy-ed up and put together a Sublime theme. You can get it here. Download the .7z file and unzip the folder into your "Packages" folder.

Just because it avoided my having to think very much, I made it simulate native windows 7 controls. It looks pretty good with any of the white or near-white themes - take a look:

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Please have a look see and tell me what you think.

Direct download link: http://drop.io/download/public/5021uqni ... v2/content
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Re: My first take at an alternate theme for sublime

Postby vim on Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:42 am

very nice man!
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Re: My first take at an alternate theme for sublime

Postby jps on Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:19 pm

That's really cool!
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Re: My first take at an alternate theme for sublime

Postby barty on Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:21 pm

very nice. alas, I've gotten used to the black look, which goes well with the dark syntax coloring scheme.

(generally, I prefer programs to use the native window controls, esp. since those that roll their own tend to be big, slow, and unfriendly to poor vision. But sublime I think does it well and after a little tweaking I'm perfectly fine with non-native UI elements.)
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Re: My first take at an alternate theme for sublime

Postby rulfzid on Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:47 pm

vim wrote:very nice man!

jps wrote:That's really cool!


Thanks!

barty wrote:very nice. alas, I've gotten used to the black look, which goes well with the dark syntax coloring scheme.

(generally, I prefer programs to use the native window controls, esp. since those that roll their own tend to be big, slow, and unfriendly to poor vision. But sublime I think does it well and after a little tweaking I'm perfectly fine with non-native UI elements.)


For the record, I think this theme actually looks pretty good even when using the dark themes like Monokai.

Then again, I'm somewhat biased ;)
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Re: My first take at an alternate theme for sublime

Postby myel on Fri Oct 30, 2009 3:04 pm

hey,

very nice.

i think i'll make my own theme ( similar to firefox, already started and it looks quite nice ) :).
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