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👹Japanese Ogre appears on error.
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- This is a customized version of agnoster and remy.
- In order for this theme to render correctly, you will need a Powerline-patched font or the Hack font
zsh/wild-cherry.zsh-themefile to oh-my-zsh's theme folder:
- Go to your
~/.zshrcfile and set
ZSH_THEME="wild-cherry". Finally, reload your terminal.
- iTerm2 →
- Select the
- Select the
Note: wild-cherry.itermcolors reflects only the theme colors in iTerm. To get the formatting and emojis, you will need to configure your Zsh theme via the instructions above.
- Optimised for Atom!
- Now with Linter Emojis!
- Recommended to use Isotope UI Theme, with File Icons package
- Thanks to ramonmcros for adding JSON, Markdown, and CriticMarkdown syntax!
Atom Linter Emojis
👹Japanese Ogre does not like trailing semicolons! (Atom Linter required)
🔥Dodgy code may catch fire! (Atom Linter required)
- Open package control
Command Paletteand type
- Search for
Wild Cherryand hit enter
- Lastly, open
Settings - User. Add the following two lines:
"theme": "wild-cherry.sublime-theme", "color_scheme": "Packages/Wild Cherry/wild-cherry.tmTheme"
color_scheme defines how the code looks and
theme defines how the sidebar, tabs, search, command palette work.
- Copy [
mou/Wild Cherry.txt](mou/Wild Cherry.txt) to your Mou/Theme directory
Wild Cherryfrom Mou → Preferences → Themes
- Same theme as for iTerm2!
- Update your default profile, or create a new profile
- Thanks to Efreak for PuTTY integration!
- Download either
- Open it.
- Click yes.
- Delete it.
- Open settings → themes.
- Click +.
- Set background =
#2B1F32, foreground =
#FFFFFF, highlight =
#0AACC5, accent =
- Set name:
- Click save.
a) Use this bookmarklet
- Go to Settings → Appearance
- Set Background Color:
#2b1f32, Header Color:
#4a1386, Result URL Color:
#e15d97, Result Title Color:
#e15d97, Result Visited Title Color:
- In your Cloud9 IDE, click Cloud9 -> Preferences -> Experimental -> Enable Plugin Manager
- Click Tools -> Developer -> Start in Debug mode
- In the new window, type the following command into the terminal
- Then clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/iSasFTW/wildcherry_c9.git.
- Switch into the newly created directory:
- In the Plugin Manager (if not already open, go to Cloud9 -> Preferences -> Experimental) enable wildcherry_c9 by ticking the box next to it. (If you don't see it, you might have to refresh the plugin list using the button in the gear menu)
- You should now see "wildcherry" as an option in View -> Themes.
- Close the tab with debug mode open, and refresh your original cloud9 tab.
- Done! You've now installed the Wild Cherry editor theme!
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