A while back I made a theme for my favorite editor at the time, Espresso by MacRabbit. Pink is an on-going theme at the office, and since I couldn’t find any good pink themes I decided to roll my own.
I have a new favorite editor now though: Sublime Text. It’s an editor that has everything I loved in TextMate and a bit more, plus it’s a bit faster at loading big files than other editors I’ve used. Sublime Text uses the same theme-files as TextMate, so it should work on TextMate as well. I haven’t tried it though.
For Sublime Text-users: I’ve also included a light version of my theme, kinda like the one on this blog. I find it useful when doing code reviews, it just feels a bit easier to read on big screens. Try it if you want!
You’ll find the theme on GitHub.
Gabriel Garrido: I really like the Super Zen theme, I just have one question. How do I install it? Do I use package control? Thanks!
Marcus: Download the theme from GitHub, then drag the thTheme-files to the User-directory in your Sublime Text Packages directory. The directory should look something like this: http://mrcs.se/RcLH
Cerise: I’m in love theme! Thank you for making it. Just a quick question, what font did you use for you example?
Marcus: The font I’m using is Inconsolata