Let your code come to life with vibrant colors and awesome contrast.
This theme offers great aesthetics while not sacrificing any functionality.
Nothing is invented and perfected at the same time.
Please provide your feedback, it'll be much appreciated - or just reach out and you might have a new friend!
I'll be adding better/more snapshots. But here are the two different themes.
// Theme Setup. Pick one of the "workbench.colorTheme"
"workbench.colorTheme": "Electric Indigo",
// "workbench.colorTheme": "Electric Black",
"editor.fontFamily": "Menlo, Operator Mono, Monaco, 'Courier New', monospace",
/* Currently this theme only looks like it should by letting semanticHighlighting be set to true.
I will try and see if this can be changed: But as it look, this setting is needed to keep the
correct colorazation for enums as it in some cases would be classified as a variable and be set
to blue instead of green. Have this to either true or "configuredByTheme" as below. */
// Formatting Optional.
- Visually soothing color scheme with a soft and vibrant color palette
- High contrast syntax highlighting
- Supports multiple programming languages
Created with inspiration from the one and only Ahmad Awais and his Shades of Purple.
But with a much softer color palette to make it last a lifetime. And a lot of other improvements/tweaks.
See below for an example
Electric Indigo and Shades of Purple comparison