Cyanide includes settings for various tab heights, folder icon sizes, and UI contrast. To enable Cyanide in Sublime Text, open up your user preferences file and replace the theme and color_scheme directives with these:
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:
Predawn is actually a new and improved, renamed version of Flatland-Alt, but still sticks with the dark interface. Here’s how Predawn describes itself in it’s GitHub repo.
Predawn is a minimal Sublime Text theme and a syntax color scheme. It was originally just a slightly tweaked version (called Flatland-Alt) of the Flatland theme, which itself is a flat reworking of Soda. I decided to keep going with cusomization and rework the entire theme. But I owe a lot to Flatland and Soda. Thanks guys!
Predawn can be installed via Package Control and activating the theme is pretty standard:
Make Sublime Text yours with these Sublime Text Themes
This post simply contains links and images for a LOT of Sublime Text themes. Most work with Sublime Text 3, even though they may say they’re only for Sublime Text 2. People are bad about updating their GitHub readme files sometimes.
Clicking the theme name will take you to it’s GitHub page, while clicking the image will just show you a bigger version.
Got a decent Sublime Text theme I haven’t listed? Please leave a comment with the theme name and GitHub URL if applicable. I’d really like to try making a mostly complete list of Sublime Text themes that are current and not ugly as hell.