colorTabs.statusBarBackground: Enable statusBar background coloring. default to true
colorTabs.tabBorder: Enable tab border coloring. default to true
colorTabs.titleBackground: Enable title background coloring. default to false
colorTabs.activityBarBackground: Enable activityBar background coloring. default to false
colorTabs.titleLabel: Enable title label. default to false
colorTabs.ignoreCase: Ignore case while matching Regex. default to false
If you'd like to choose the colors yourself, and/or add a label (which is presented at the top window bar).
Note - you can mix the configuration, placing colors in some, and not in others.
An advancedworkspace.settings example :
ColorTabs now changes the color of your status bar (set to true by default) - PR #10.
set colorTabs.statusBarBackground to true in your workspace settings to get this new feature.
ColorTabs can now change the color of your activity bar (Left side bar) - PR #10.
set colorTabs.activityBarBackground to true in your workspace settings to get this new feature.
ColorTabs can now add a label to your title background as well - PR #4.
set colorTabs.titleLabel to true in your workspace settings to get this new feature.
Example (with mobile label):
ColorTabs can now color your title background as well - PR #2.
set colorTabs.titleBackground to true in your workspace settings to get this new feature.
This plugin writes to your vscode workspace settings.json, this means that it creates a git commit. To avoid pushing this change, you should have your .vscode directory in .gitignore. Currently writing to the settings.json is the only way to manipulate the colors in runtime.