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Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby gianlucaguarini on Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:11 pm

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Hello guys,
Colorsublime is finally online http://colorsublime.com/

On this website you could try online many ST2 themes before downloading your favorite ones for free.

Enjoy it!

;)
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby sokolov_stas on Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:18 pm

Nice site! And many themes! Thanks!

Maybe you will be interested in this site as well viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9856
You could integrate to each other :)
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby gianlucaguarini on Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:34 pm

Wow what a cool idea... we need to discuss about that but let's keep in touch
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby Fed03 on Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:13 pm

Awesome gianluca!
I think u are italian like me...XD
One tecnical / OT question...For which part of the site u have used node.js?

keepup the awesome work!!!!
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby MystickPhoenix on Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:42 pm

*Fantastic* website! I LOVE being able to preview the themes before downloading them and trying them out.

Did notice a few things though...
1) I went through all of the themes and noticed that they seemed to repeat about halfway through. "monoindustrial" is one that I saw at least twice while going through the list. I'm using the latest build of Chrome on Win 7.
2) It would be really cool if the preview would save your language choice from preview to preview.
3) Any chance you can add a SQL preview? I doubt, however, that very many people use ST2 for SQL or PL/SQL...

You rock!! :)
Bryan Lott
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby gianlucaguarini on Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:15 pm

@Fed03
One tecnical / OT question...For which part of the site u have used node.js?

we use node js to parse and convert all the sublime text 2 themes into Ace javascript files
@MystickPhoenix
thanks for your feedback
1) I went through all of the themes and noticed that they seemed to repeat about halfway through. "monoindustrial" is one that I saw at least twice while going through the list. I'm using the latest build of Chrome on Win 7.

we will fix the problem as soon as possible ( probably it is not the only one )
2) It would be really cool if the preview would save your language choice from preview to preview.

It is not in our TODO list at the moment but we will think about that
3) Any chance you can add a SQL preview? I doubt, however, that very many people use ST2 for SQL or PL/SQL...

We will add new languages in our themes preview and probably SQL will be one of them
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby Arjan on Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:47 pm

This might be interesting to you guys:

Our 20 person developer group was recently asked to comment on what color scheme they used, and why. 18 chimed in with more or less advanced arguments, but most importantly they chimed in on what scheme they actually liked using over extended periods of time.

Consensus is that the most comfortable scheme is one extremely close to what is provided by Sunburst (we have a vs.net theme that basically replicates Sunburst.)

Aesthetically, just about everyone loves it. Interestingly, only one out of eighteen preferred a light-background scheme, which was surprising to me.

Out of curiosity, what scheme do people in here prefer?


P.S. Great site! I love trying out new schemes.
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby jmaker on Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:08 pm

So people who work/code professionally in an office environment prefer working on a dark background during the day? That is interesting. Yeah I can see working with the dark background during night hours, but during the day that would hurt my eyes.

As far as a darker background scheme, I like the Birds of Paradise theme.
http://joebergantine.com/werkstatt/bird ... r-textmate
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby Arjan on Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:27 am

..., but during the day that would hurt my eyes.


Research says the opposite, so does our experience. Try it before you make conclusions.
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Re: Colorsublime.com (Sublimetext Themes Collection)

Postby TinyClanger on Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:04 am

I like the Dark Orange scheme that comes with the Phoenix theme.

Nice, restful shades, without assigning a different colour to every little thing — so no "angry fruit salad" effect :)
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