Shades of Purple Theme for iTerm2
Shades-of-Purple Theme for iTerm2 and ZSH
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Professional iTerm2 theme with hand-picked & bold shades of purple
💜to go along with your iTerm2 terminal. A custom iTerm2 theme with style.
- Drop the
shades-of-purple.zsh-themefile in to the
- Open up your ZSH preferences at
~/.zshrcand change the theme variable to
- In iTerm2 access the Preferences pane on the Profiles tab.
- Under the Colors tab import the
shades-of-purple.itermcolorsfile via the Load Presets drop-down at the bottom right.
- Under the Text tab change the font for each type (Regular Font to Operator Mono or Fira Code or whatever you like, but for Non-ASCII font you must use Inconsolata for Powerline.
- Refresh ZSH by typing
source ~/.zshrcon the command line.
Tips & Tricks
shades-of-purple.itermcolorsis for anyone who uses iTerm2 and wants the same colors as shown above.
shades-of-purple.zsh-themeis the prompt layout for zsh users to make your terminal report relevant and awesome info. You should probably use both.
They work well together! You will need to install the patched powerline font as well: . I use Operator Mono it's a $200 premium font (devs spend so much time with code, it's only fair that it looks good) a free alternative is Fira Code. For non-ASCII font, you'll need to also installed a patched Powerline Font — I use the Inconsolata and it works well for this theme.
Shades of Purple In Other Places!
I have built other
Shades of Purple themes for different software. Here's a list.
💜VSCode theme — Shades of Purple 💜iTerm2 theme — Shades of Purple 💜Hyper™ theme — Shades of Purple 💜Konsole theme — Shades of Purple 💜Slack theme — Shades of Purple 💜Alfred theme — Shades of Purple
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License & Attribution
Licensed as MIT ⓒ Ahmad Awais.
Thanks to the creators of Agnoster, Cobalt themes and patched powerline fonts. And Icons8 for the icons in this readme.