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Peacock for Visual Studio Code

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Subtly change the color of your Visual Studio Code workspace. Ideal when you have multiple VS Code instances, use VS Live Share, or use VS Code's Remote features, and you want to quickly identify your editor.

Read the extensive documentation here which includes a guide on how to use Peacock and a changelog

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Install

  1. Open Extensions sideBar panel in Visual Studio Code and choose the menu options for View → Extensions
  2. Search for Peacock
  3. Click Install
  4. Click Reload, if required

Documentation

Read the extensive documentation here which includes a guide on how to use Peacock and a changelog

Quick Usage

Let's see Peacock in action!

  1. Create/Open a VSCode Workspace (Peacock only works in a Workspace)
  2. Press F1 to open the command palette
  3. Type Peacock
  4. Choose Peacock: Change to a favorite color
  5. Choose one of the pre-defined colors and see how it changes your editor

Now enjoy exploring the rest of the features explained in the docs!

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Credits

Inspiration comes in many forms. These folks and teams have contributed either through ideas, issues, pull requests, or guidance. Thank you!

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct.

Problems or Suggestions

Open an issue here

Contributors

Contribution guidelines are located here

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

James Newell
James Newell

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Julian
Julian

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Oleg Solomka
Oleg Solomka

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Joseph Rex
Joseph Rex

🎨
Sam Julien
Sam Julien

🤔
Shayne Boyer
Shayne Boyer

💻
Burke Holland
Burke Holland

🤔
Jonathan Carter
Jonathan Carter

💻
Ricardo Souza
Ricardo Souza

💻
Kushal Pandya
Kushal Pandya

💻
Erich Gamma
Erich Gamma

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Christian Nwamba
Christian Nwamba

🤔
Matt Bierner
Matt Bierner

💻
Raymond Camden
Raymond Camden

🤔
Aaron Powell
Aaron Powell

🤔

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

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