Base2Tone Sublime Text
Installation on Sublime Text
Use Package Control
The same output files are on package control, be it under a different name: DuoTones Colorschemes
Package Control is driven by the Command Palette. To open the palette, press ctrl+shift+p (Win, Linux) or cmd+shift+p (OS X). All Package Control commands begin with Package Control:, so start by typing Package.
The command palette will now show a number of commands. Most users will be interested in the following:
Install Packagewith the arrow keys
When the popup show up start typing:
Duotones Colorschemes and the package should show up.
On Mac OS X the
colorschemes.tmTheme files can be found in the following directory from the terminal,
$ cd /Users/<USERNAME>/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/
<USERNAME> is your own (user)name on the computer.
Or Locate your Sublime Text 2
Packages directory by using the menu item
Preferences -> Browse Packages....
So while inside the
Packages directory, clone the theme repository using the command below:
git clone https://github.com/atelierbram/Base2Tone-sublime-text.git
- Download the files using the GitHub .zip download option
- Unzip the files
- Copy the folder to your Sublime Text 2
Activating the color theme
Preferences -> Color Scheme -> duotones
Preferences.sublime-settings file; open
Settings - User and add the following line:
- Credits to Simurai whose DuoTone themes for Atom were a model for these colorschemes
- Credits to Chris Kempson, whose Base16 Builder was used for conversion to the different output formats. It’s a remarkable building tool, and I would also recommend trying out the colorschemes he made with them.
- Orginal Colorscheme for Atom on simurai.com
- Orginal Colorscheme for Atom on Github
- commands for Sublime
- info on setting for Sublime
- On Editing Colorschemes for Sublime Text
Released under MIT Licence