Base4Tone Themes for VS Code
Base4Tone are colorschemes with a small palette, based on four colors, which are implemented in themes for many applications. The Base4Tone Classic theme colors go around the whole color spectrum, while in each theme three colors are closely related – near each other on the color-wheel – and one color a bit further removed in order to provide some complementary contrast. The Base4Tone Modern themes are a bit less harmonic, for each color is quite a bit removed from the other. For a live demo, go to the demo for Base4Tone-prism.
For VSCode all themes come in a light - and dark background variation. With all colors from each theme coming from only four base hues, this will enhance the readability within a text-editor for with such a small palette there are not that much – but just enough – colors (for the eye and brain) to process.
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Classic_A_Dark in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Classic_i_Dark in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Classic_O_Dark in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Classic_U_Dark in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Modern_N_Dark in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Modern_W_Dark in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Classic_D_Light in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Classic_I_Light in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Modern_C_Light in VSCode
Screenshot of Base4Tone_Modern_N_Light in VSCode
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