Base2Tone Themes for VS Code
Base2Tone is thirteen duotone colorschemes which by now are implemented in themes for many applications using templates which can work with the Base16-Builder CLI tool1.
Read more about Base2Tone.
For VS Code both the dark and light templates were created from scratch, so themes come in a light and dark background variation. All colors from each theme comes from two base hues, enhancing the readability within a text-editor for there are less colors (for the eye and brain) to process.
Screenshot of Base2Tone_PoolDark in VSCode
Screenshot of Base2Tone_HeathLight in VSCode
links to screenshots
Some additional tweaks can be made using the VSCode Custom CSS extension. This requires to have a CSS file on your computer that will hold your custom CSS. An example of some small tweaks I made are in the repo: base2tone-vscode-custom-css.css, so one can tweak those as well. Small things like the background color for the Panel title (down at the page, when activated - above the statusbar), and monochrome icons ISO colored ones, to make those icons less distracting.
Once done, open your command palette and select:
Run the command
Note: Reloading custom CSS and JS after every VSCode update is a must!
1: If interested in the build process, please look inside the