I always used to switch my color scheme depending on the amount of sunlight, because looking at a dark screen in a light environment or vice versa gives me eye strains. When developing I'm always focussed on the project and I always found myself changing the color scheme way to late when I was already feeling my eyes a little. So I made a simple bash script that switched my user preferences around 7:30 and 19:30, this didn't work so well because every times I changed some settings. I forgot to do it in the backup files causing me to lose my settings. So I started developing this plugin. I think that every developer that uses Sublime Text 2 for most of their day should try this out to see the difference.
Want to help?
- I'm currently looking for ideas to improve the plugin. Leave a comment with your suggestion.
- The plugin is still in beta and since the plugin is quite a background plugin I need beta testers to find bugs and performance issues
- If you would like to contribute to the plugin by developing, go over to the github page. I'll always accept great pulls!
Version: Beta 0.2
- One report of the plugin deleting settings
- Rebuild the way settings are loaded, causing better performance. (Thanks to facelessuser)
- Changed the timeformat to (H:i or H:i:s) for a better user experience (Thanks to facelessuser as well)
- Solved issues depending on client
- Big bugfix, used to reset preferences
- README.md fix - Duplication of lines due to being inexperienced with git
- Now checks what theme is should be on boot
- Minor bugfixes
- Updated README
- First working version
- Changed status to beta