New Sublime Text Theme: Brogrammer

A flat & sexy Sublime Text theme. Pushups not included.

Brogrammer is a new Sublime Text theme from Ken Wheeler. It’s awfully nice to look at, and use. I’ve been using it for the last couple of days and have enjoyed it, and it’s included Brogrammer color scheme.

Brogrammer is on GitHub and can also be installed via Package Control. After you’ve installed it, either from GitHub or with Package Control, activate it by replacing the theme and color_scheme parameters in your user preferences file with the following:

  "theme": "Brogrammer.sublime-theme",
  "color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Brogrammer/brogrammer.tmTheme"

I tend to keep a pretty close eye on GitHub and Package Control for new Sublime Text themes. I’ll post more as they pop up. Always nice to change things up.


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8 thoughts on “New Sublime Text Theme: Brogrammer

  1. wish there’s a notepad++ interface or theme like this. Thanks for sharing btw. This is an awesome UI..

  2. I love the looks of this theme, but it sucks that it’s Sublime Text 2 only! Any chance of a ST3 compatible version someday?

    1. What do you see that doesn’t work in ST3? I’ve been using it with ST3 with no apparent problems, at least not that I’ve noticed. I know I don’t use ST to it’s fullest, though, so I could very well be missing some aspects of the UI.

      Edit: I enabled current line highlighting and a lot of words are very similar in color to the current line background color, making the word nearly invisible.

      1. Oh, I meant that it’s not installable through Package Control in ST3, but it’s great that you’ve made some changes nonetheless. Sorry, I should’ve clarified that in my initial comment!

  3. I love this scheme. Anytime I’m in ST3 doing work I’m using this. Now if only I could use this in Visual Studio 2013….


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