Helium Icon Theme
Based off of the original Material Icon Theme extension, the "Helium Icon Theme" extension provides lots of icons based on Material Design for Visual Studio Code including Mezzanine's own DSL - Helium!
Customize folder color
You can change the color of the default folder icon using the command palette:
or via user settings:
You can change the design of the folder icons using the command palette:
or via user settings:
Custom icon opacity
You can set a custom opacity for the icons:
Custom icon saturation
If colors do not make you happy you can change the icons to have less saturation making them look grayish or completely grayscale by setting saturation to 0:
Custom icon associations
You can customize the icon associations directly in the user settings.
*.[extension] pattern you can define custom file icon associations. For example you could define an icon for
*.sample and every file that ends with
.sample will have the defined icon. Use
**.[extension] with two asterisks to apply the file association also for the filenames ending with that file extension.
If there's no leading
* it will be automatically configured as filename and not as file extension.
The following configuration can customize the folder icons. It is also possible to overwrite existing associations and create nice combinations. For example you could change the folder theme to "classic" and define icons only for the folder names you like.
With the following configuration you can customize the language icons. It is also possible to overwrite existing associations.
Available language ids:
You can see the available icon names in the overview above.
Ctrl-Shift-P to open the command palette and type
|Activate Icon Theme
||Activate the icon theme.
|Change Folder Color
||Change the color of the folder icons.
|Change Folder Theme
||Change the design of the folder icons.
||Change the opacity of the icons.
||Change the saturation value of the icons.
|Configure Icon Packs
||Select an icon pack that enables additional icons (e.g. for Angular, React, Ngrx).
|Hide Folder Arrows
||Hides the arrows next to the folder icons.
|Restore Default Configuration
||Reset the default configurations of the icon theme.
||Sets the saturation of the icons to zero, so that they are grayscale.
Based off of the original Material Icon Theme