A simple extension that displays the workspace name in the status bar.
The problem it tries to solve is that in full screen mode the workspace name
does not have a constant place on the UI. Only the Explorer panel displays the
workspace name, and that panel is not constantly visible.
Settings are available to customize label placement and appearance.
When you click the label, the explorer view is opened with collapsed folders.
This extension contributes the following settings:
workspaceInStatusBar.alignment: where to alignt the label, left or right
workspaceInStatusBar.priority: alignment priority, greater number means more to the left
workspaceInStatusBar.displayFolderIcon: controls whether to display an icon next to the label text
workspaceInStatusBar.uppercase: makes the workspace name uppercase
workspaceInStatusBar.removeWorkspacePostfix: remove the '(Workspace)' string from the end of workspace names for a couple of locales.
workspaceInStatusBar.clickCommand: what command to execute when the status bar label is clicked
To have a custom piece of text in the status bar, use:
workspaceInStatusBar.textInStatusBar: Text instead of the actual workspace name. Specify this option is the workspace settings JSON file to override the status bar label. To spice up the text, you can use Unicode emojis as well as VSCode built in icons.
To set the color of the label, use:
in your color customization settings.
In the settings JSON you can set this color globally but you can also target a specific theme by putting it into a correctly named entry like this: