ChroMATERIAL is an IntelliJ Platform coloring scheme that expresses the chromatic nature of Material Design within IntelliJ and Android Studio. It is intended to highlight the most import aspects of your code.
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ChroMATERIAL

ChroMATERIAL is a color scheme that expresses the chromatic nature of Material Design within JetBrain IDEs and Android Studio. In particular, ChroMATERIAL focuses on syntax highlighting of code within the IDE's code editor.

It's uniqueness lies in the idea...

Enhance influence, not banality

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Support

Type Supported
IDEs Android Studio IntelliJ IDEA PyCharm RubyMine WebStorm PhpStorm AppCode CLion DataGrip
ChroMATERIAL supports Text Editor changes only.
ChroMATERIAL + Material Theme will modify the whole IDE!
Languages Java Kotlin Groovy XML JSON HTML Regex YAML
Pull Requests are welcome.
Others Android Android Manifest Android ResourcesAndroid Native (C / C++) Gradle Logcat Proguard Files Property Files Version Control Debugger Diff XSLT XPATH

Support via Plugins
Ignore Files Markdown

Pull Requests are welcome.

Installation

Find Plugin

  1. Open IDE and locate File >> Settings >> Plugins and click Browse Repositories...
  2. Search for and click ChroMATERIAL and click Install plugin

Use Color Scheme

  1. Locate File >> Settings >> Editor >> Color Scheme
  2. Choose a color scheme from the drop-down menu and click Apply / OK.
    ChroMATERIAL ChroMATERIAL - Darker or ChroMATERIAL - Darcula

Optional

You can modify any of the following in the code editor...
  • font type to your preference
  • syntax highlighting further to fit your particular tastes.