DA UI is a set of beautiful, clean, elegant interface and syntax themes for Sublime Text 3. It brings you the most flexible way to customize the look and feel of your text editor.
Command Palette › Package Control: Install Package.
DA UIand hit
Command Palette › UI: Select Theme.
Command Palette › UI: Select Color Scheme.
- Find your favorite one.
Install A File Icon package for support of the file-specific icons.
An alternative icon pack will be available in the next release.
* Colors may differ due to GIF encoding.
** The operating system is macOS.
*** The font used for the code is Operator Mono.
DA UI respects your taste. Its engine allows you to achieve almost any design style and configure the theme that better fits your needs.
An advanced theme and color scheme settings paired with built-in skins provide the tools you need to create a unique experience without having to know any code.
More than Adaptive
Not just adaptive, the package allows you to adjust any color of the UI elements.
First-Class Syntax Highlighting
All the color schemes were created with love to the default Sublime Text packages and respect to community-driven packages. That lets DA UI to be a perfect choice for developers & technical writers.
Found an Issue?
DA UI: Report an Issue command to copy all relevant details about the environment you experienced the bug in.
Please fill out the issue template when reporting a bug or suggestion.
DA UI is absolutely free during the beta period. Pricing will be announced later this year.
In any case there will be available evaluation mode. This mode includes full functionality and there is no time limit, however, continued usage requires the purchase of a license.
We take your privacy seriously and will take all measures to protect your personal information.
Any personal information received will only be used to fill your order. We will not sell or redistribute your information to anyone.
Documentation, screenshots and other improvements will be available later.
Currently everything you need is available from Sublime Text Command Palette: just open
Command Palette and type