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Color schemes for Textmate and Sublime Text, based on palettes of vintage computers
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Amiga (Rebel).dark.tmTheme
Amiga (Rebel).light.tmTheme
Apple II.tmTheme
Atari ST.tmTheme
Commodore 64.dark.tmTheme
Commodore 64.light.tmTheme
Nintendo Entertainment System.tmTheme
ZX Spectrum.tmTheme

Retro Computers for TextMate & Sublime Text Build Status

A collection of color schemes based on palettes of vintage computers

  • Amiga (16 colors)
  • Amiga (Rebel's palette)
  • Apple II
  • Atari ST
  • Commodore 64
  • CGA
  • EGA
  • MSX
  • Nintendo Entertainment System
  • RiscOS (16 colors)
  • TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine
  • ZX Spectrum



  1. Download a .tmTheme file of choice
  2. Copy the file to ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Themes

Sublime Text

Package Control

  1. Make sure you already have Package Control installed
  2. Choose Install Package from the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows/Linux, ⇧⌘P on OS X)
  3. Select Retro Computers Color Schemes and press Enter

With auto_upgrade enabled, Package Control will keep all installed packages up-to-date!

Manual Installation

  1. Download a .tmTheme file
  2. Browse Packages from the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows/Linux, ⇧⌘P on OS X)
  3. Copy the .tmTheme file to Packages


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