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A UI theme selector for Sublime Text.
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About

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Themr allows you to quickly change your UI theme using the command palette or keyboard shortcuts. With Themr, you get commands to easily cycle forward, backward and randomly through your available themes.

Features

  • Full compatibility with Sublime Text 2 and 3.
  • Allows themes to be favorited for even faster access.
  • Automatically loads all available .sublime-theme files, including those found inside .sublime-package files.
  • Registers a callback for when settings are changed to protect against saving an invalid theme name (e.g. when manually editing the Preferences.sublime-settings file).
  • Configure all customizable theme settings without checking the theme readme or manually scanning the theme file. [ST3 ONLY]

Installation

Install Themr through Package Control or download and extract it into your Sublime Text Packages folder.

Contributors

Toggle Theme Settings by Eibbor

Usage

Themr: List themes displays all the available themes in alphabetical order.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+F5 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+F5 (OSX)

Themr: Next theme switches immediately to the alphabetically next theme.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+F7 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+F7 (OSX)

Themr: Previous theme switches immediately to the alphabetically previous theme.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+F8 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+F8 (OSX)

Themr: Random theme switches immediately to a random theme that you have installed.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+F10 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+F10 (OSX)

Themr: Toggle Theme Settings displays a list of toggleable settings supported by your current theme.

Favorites

Themr: Add current theme to favorites and Themr: Remove current theme from favorites add and remove the currently selected theme to your favorites list.

  • You can also edit your favorites list manually through Preferences > Package Settings > Themr.

Themr: List favorite themes displays your favorite themes in alphabetical order.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+Shift+F5 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+Shift+F5 (OSX)

Themr: Next favorite theme switches immediately to the alphabetically next theme in your favorites.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+Shift+F7 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+Shift+F7 (OSX)

Themr: Previous favorite theme switches immediately to the alphabetically previous theme in your favorites.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+Shift+F8 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+Shift+F8 (OSX)

Themr: Random favorite theme switches immediately to a random theme in your favorites.

  • Default binding: Ctrl+Shift+F10 (Windows/Linux) Cmd+Shift+F10 (OSX)

User Settings

These settings are available to control some of Themr's behaviour. Add them to Preferences.sublime-settings if you wish to override the default value.

themr_watch_settings: Boolean true|false. Defaults to false.

Themr is able to watch for changes to Preferences.sublime-settings and reset the theme setting if the theme file is invalid or cannot be found (e.g. when Package Control upgrades a Theme package it adds the plugin to the ignored_packages setting). Since Package Control 3.0, this feature is now handled by Package Control so this setting is intended for legacy Package Control 2.0 users.

Other Notes

When changing between themes, Sublime Text may need be restarted to fully clear the old theme settings and apply the new theme settings. Switching themes within the same family (e.g. Soda Light <-> Soda Dark) usually doesn't cause any issues.

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