Sublime MavensMate Monokai for Apex Code
Theme to replicate the workbench and syntax highlighting from Sublime Text 3 with MavensMate when editing Apex code. This is as close as possible with some subtle differences.
For many years, I used Sublime Text 3 with MavensMate and the Monokai color theme. The MavensMate IDE is no longer supported and now Salesforce DX and VSCode are the way to go. If anyone is like me and got used to that specific scenario of syntax highlighting for Apex code, then this is especially for you.
VSCode Salesforce IDE Setup Guide
Moving from Sublime Text with MavensMate to VSCode and Salesforce DX is not the most intuitive process. When your goal is to simply connect to a Salesforce sandbox, it may not be easy to find a quick guide to get set up. Here's a link to the step-by-step guide I wrote for myself once I figured it out:
Additional Features - Highlight Behaviors
Adjusted some highlight behaviors within VSCode to be more like Sublime Text.
Find Next/Previous Match
Double-Click to Highlight Matches
Disable Occurrences Highlighted on Single-Click
Highlighting Color and Whitespaces