Custom CSS and JS
SPECIAL NOTE: If Visual Studio Code complains about that it is corrupted, simply click “Don't show again”.
NOTE: Every time after Visual Studio Code is updated, please re-enable Custom CSS.
NOTE: Every time you change the configuration, please re-enable Custom CSS.
Starting from extension version 6.0, to be compatible with VSCode 1.58, the CSS/JS files being applied will be inlined into VSCode's workbench.
As you know to access the command palette and introduce commands you can use F1 (all OSes), Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows & Linux) or Cmd+Shift+P (OS X).
In Windows, make sure you run your Visual Studio Code in Administrator mode before enabling or disabling your custom style!
Mac and Linux users
The extension would NOT work if Visual Studio Code cannot modify itself. The cases include:
You need to claim ownership on Visual Studio Code's installation directory, by running this command:
Mac and Linux package managers may have customized installation path. Please double check your path is correct.
This extension modifies some Visual Studio Code files so use it at your own risk. Currently, icons are not supported by the extension functionality that Visual Studio Code provides so this extension solves this issue by injecting code into:
The extension will keep a copy of the original file in case something goes wrong. That's what the disable command will do for you.
As this extension modifies Visual Studio Code files, it will get disabled with every Visual Studio Code update. You will have to enable icons again via the command palette.
Take into account that this extension is still in beta, so you may find some bugs while playing with it. Please, report them to the issues section of the Github's repo.
Please, leave a review if you can, so the Visual Studio Code Team can know that this is a very demanded feature and, maybe, they can then provide a proper way to extend the IDE regarding icons and customizations soon enough. ;D
More file extensions will be supported shortly!