Dark Modern (OLED Black) Theme Set
Visual Studio Code theme designed to be the "OLED Black" variant of the default "Dark/Light Modern" themes shipped with the application; along with a few light themes.
The scope of this extension has changed: now offering other well-known syntax highlighting color schemes in OLED Black variants. This may or may not be spun off into its own extension; an "OLED Black" extension collection would be introduced.
All themes feature pitch black (#000) backgrounds and bright white foregrounds (#fff) unless otherwise noted. Syntax color schemes are preserved, unless otherwise noted.
All themes have a stylized variant unless otherwise noted. Stylized variants have the following embellishments:
Dark Modern (OLED Black)
Included Color Variants
Dark Modern (OLED Black) Stylized
Dim & Dim+
Light Modern (OLED) Saturated & Stylized
(I happen to think the default light theme looks great as-is, though I may provide changes down the road that amp up the contrast a touch. I primarily wanted to provide a stylized counterpart.)
Ayu (OLED Black)
Since I cannot concievably make every color under the sun, a reminder that you can customize any theme using your settings.json.
Below are the workbench attributes that have the accent color:
There are no changes to syntax highlighting colors above.
Most Recent Changes
See CHANGELOG for previous changes.
This is not designed to reduce "burn-in" on OLED screens. This is a very high contrast themeset and could have the opposite effect (except Dim+). OLED, in this case, refers to the fact that the backgrounds are pitch-black with white foregrounds.
I use VSCode daily but I do not use every facet, so there may be areas in these themes that I did not give attention to if I didn't notice it.
If there's any area of the UI I have missed, or if a subsequent update changes a background color or otherwise breaks the theme, feel free to submit an issue or branch and propose a fix.