Thank you! I am using green accent and that’s why I thought indent guide color was affected by it
I like this theme very much!! Thank you for your work.
One question: do you think you can add an option to have a smaller Search panel? Even if I set the global theme to “xs”, the search/replace panel is too big for my taste…
I am having an issue with the Tab flavour theme_tab_selected_…
It seems all tabs gets marked as selected? Any ideas?
- Boxy Theme: 3.4.0
- Sublime Text: 3120
- Platform: windows
- Package Control: True
- mdpopups: 1.10.0
- markdown: 2.6.6
- pygments: 2.1a0
- jinja2: 2.8
Here are a cutout of my settings, but I have tried fiddling with them without success
"bold_folder_labels": true, "caption": "1. Full - 2. 2 columns", "caret_style": "solid", "color_inactive_tabs": false, "color_scheme": "Packages/Boxy Theme/schemes/Boxy Tomorrow.tmTheme", "command": "set_layout", "copy_with_empty_selection": false, "detect_indentation": false, "draw_minimap_border": true, "enable_telemetry": false, "ensure_newline_at_eof_on_save": true, "fade_fold_buttons": false, "font_face": "Anonymous Pro", "font_size": 11, "highlight_line": true, "highlight_modified_tabs": true, "ignored_packages": [ "Markdown", "RestructuredText", "Vintage" ], "indent_guide_options": [ "draw_active", "draw_normal" ], "indent_to_bracket": true, "line_padding_bottom": 0, "line_padding_top": 0, "preview_on_click": false, "rulers": [ 79 ], "shift_tab_unindent": true, "soda_folder_icons": false, "status_bar_brighter": false, "theme": "Boxy Tomorrow.sublime-theme", "theme_dirty_accent_orange": true, "theme_find_panel_font_xs": true, "theme_find_panel_materialized": true, "theme_find_panel_size_xs": true, "theme_tab_selected_underlined": true, "translate_tabs_to_spaces": true, "trim_trailing_white_space_on_save": true, "wrap_width": 80
Ok, I will add
theme_find_panel_size_xxs in 4.0.0.
This is known ST issue, see:
InactivePanes was nice, thanks!
Add a very large tab variant
Add a very small variant of the find panel
Add monochrome accent
Add semi overlayed scrollbars
Add unified mode
// Set monochrome accent color "theme_accent_mono": true,
// Enable the same background color for UI components "theme_unified": true,
// Increase size of tabs to extra extra large "theme_tab_size_xxl": true,
// Reduce size of the find panel to extra extra small "theme_find_panel_size_xxs": false,
// Enable semi overlayed scrollbars // Works only with "overlay_scroll_bars": "disabled" "theme_scrollbar_semi_overlayed": true,
Add Bracket Highlighter support
Add TypeScript popup styles
Boxy Theme Addon - Widget Font <SIZE> addons were removed.
Now you can change console & find panel font size via Boxy Theme Addon - Widget Font Size.
Also starting from now you can install File Icons Extended package which adds syntax aliases & icons for such file types as Git, Gulpfile, Bower & etc. Icon requests are welcome
Awesome theme, amazing effort put to this. Thanks.
Do you have any release plan for new features? I’ve seen you have many commits on the dev branch and they seem like wonderful fixes and additions. Any news on where are we seeing them live?
You’re just in time! 4.0.0 will be available tomorrow
Presets command is replaced by Skins package.
Check it out: https://packagecontrol.io/packages/Skins
Fix activation of the extras
Fix addon unloading
Fix behavior when
dirty accent not working
Disable tab set line for mono accent
Reduce scrollbar padding
Fix tab height when
Fix tab set line conflict with
Add gear icon for *.ini syntax
Add new and review existing skins
Add numix accent
Add option for quick panel border
Add option to always use accent color for the dirty state
Add overlined variant of the tabs
Add solarized dark theme
Add solarized light theme
Add tab set line option
Add solarized dark color scheme
Add solarized light color scheme
Thanks for the credit above, and the one in
The update looks good, the
preset migration to
skins was an excellent idea, it works well.
The idea to migrate to
Skins package is provided by @Equinusocio, thanks him for that The current implementation is just a little bit dirty, but works even better.
BTW I forgot to say thanks for bringing the AngularJS GIT commit guidelines to my attention. They are excellent and I’ll be using them for all my projects in future.
@oivva I think you should use my Material Theme default scheme (instead of Ocean) since you add my theme as skin.
I think that adding a clone of my Material Theme into your theme isn’t either a good ad politically correct idea
Oh, no, I should not do that) I think that Material Theme is the choice of those users who want amazing ST look out of the box, that’s why it’s so popular. Boxy Theme is the choice of those users who need hackability and have very specific tastes. Skins are just the example how they can customize it.
The Material Theme skin looks exactly to my Material Theme, that is a different theme from your Boxy. It uses exactly the same UI color scheme, but not the code color and doesn’t follow the original Material Theme specs. I think it can trick users that, perhaps, think that Material Theme is only a skin of Boxy, i think you should specify that this skin is a replica of the original theme and give a credit, maybe in the description
Oh, I understand, I’ll add a credit in the readme. Previously I added it to the wiki, but it seems not many users take a look at it.
Done. I’ve added link to the original under the skin section. Also I’ve added reference link in README.md.