A modification of Nil theme, Offered Reeder like UI and Color Scheme named [Earthsong Light] (NO HDPI SUPPORT) for Sublime Text 2
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README.md

Reeder Theme

A Reeder like theme for Sublime Text 2 forked from Nil theme

Reeder theme
Reeder theme for Sublime Text 2

Legals

This theme is based on Nil theme

Color Scheme Earthsong Light is based onEarthsong Light

HDPI Displays

SORRY, DO NOT SUPPORT RETINA

Because i have not got a retina mac

Color Scheme

this theme contains a copy of Earthsong Light Color Scheme

Installation

This installation info is based on Nil theme's installation info.∏

Installation via Git

You can download or clone the repository into your Sublime Text 2 Packages directory. To do this, simply navigate to ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Packages (or wherever it is on your particular operating system) and run the following command:

git clone git://github.com/hyspace/st2-reeder-theme.git 'Theme - Reeder'

It's very important you clone the repository into the Theme - Reeder directory otherwise the theme won't locate its assets and will take on an eldritch appearance. You don't want Shub-Niggurath crawling out of your screen, so remember, put it in the right directory.

Manually Downloading

If you choose to download an archive of this repo from GitHub, you must rename the extracted folder to Theme - Reeder and put it in your Packages directory. That's it -- simple.

Activating

In your Settings - User file (hit ⌘, on Mac OS to open it), set the "theme" key to "Reeder.sublime-theme", like so:

{
    "theme": "Reeder.sublime-theme"
}

Assuming you have then installed it correctly, it should show the theme. Due to what I assume is settings from previous themes surviving, you may wish to restart Sublime Text 2 as well, but otherwise you should be good to go.