Introducing BiancoNero, a minimal, black and white theme for day and night.
Note: This is a work in progress.
Open the Extensions sidebar panel in VS Code.
View → Extensions
When prompted, select
BiancoNero as the color theme
In case of not being prompted to select a Color Theme upon installing, go to the menu bar and select:
Code (File, on Windows) > Preferences > Color Theme > BiancoNero. Alternatively, you can use the shortcut
⌘/Ctrl + K > ⌘/Ctrl + T and select
Recommended settings for a better experience
The typeface I used (as shown on the sample images) is MD IO — my new preferred typeface for coding. You can get it from Future Fonts. I use some custom, personal typography-related settings, which you can achieve by adding the following to your
// Controls the font family
"editor.fontFamily": "'MD IO 0.2', monospace",
// Controls the font size in pixels
// Controls letter spacing in pixels
// Controls the font weight
// Controls the line height. Use 0 to compute the line height from the font size
// Enables/Disables font ligatures
Customize/Override theme colors
You can customize/override the BiancoNero theme colors by adding the following theme-specific configuration to your settings file. For more advanced customization, refer to the corresponding VS Code Docs.
Example of basic customization
Example of advanced customization
Contributions, Issues & Suggestions
Any feedback, issue reporting or suggestion is welcome. Feel free to submit your concern via the Repo's GitHub Issues page, provide feedback or request a feature by submitting a PR.
All notable changes to this project are documented in the changelog. Consider checking the changelog prior to filing any issues as they may have already been addressed.