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The best colorful flat theme for your favorite editor and terminal emulator.


Color Palette

Palette Hex RGB HSL Sample
Background #2b3e50 43 62 80 209.2° 30.1% 24.1%
Current Line #243443 36 52 67 209° 30.1% 20.2%
Selection #19242f 25 36 47 210° 30.6% 14.1%
Foreground #f8f8f2 248 248 242 60° 30% 96%
Comment #5c98cd 92 152 205 208.1° 53.1% 58.2%
String #e6db74 230 219 116 54.2° 69.5% 67.8%



Atom Example

  1. Go to Atom -> Preferences...
  2. Then select the Install tab
  3. Switch to the Themes
  4. Type Lucario in the search box

See Lucario in page

Jetbrains Editors

(Available for IntellijIDEA, Pycharm, Webstorm, PHPStorm and RubyMine)

Jetbrains Example

  1. Download Intellij/Lucario.jar
  2. Go to File -> Import Settings.
  3. In the Import File Location dialog box select your downloaded Intellij/Lucario.jar file.
  4. In the Select Components to Import dialog box select only Editor Colors as settings to be imported, and click OK.

Sublime Text

Sublime Example

Install using Package Control

If you are using Package Control, you can easily install Lucario via Package Control: Install Package. The package theme is named "Lucario Color Scheme" in the packages list.

Install manually

  1. Download Lucario.tmTheme
  2. Open Sublime text and click on Preferences -> Browse Packages
  3. Select your downloaded Lucario.tmTheme there

Activating the theme

You should be able to select lucario theme by browsing Preferences -> Color Scheme -> Lucario

Visual Studio Code

VS Code Example

  1. Go to View -> Command Palette or press Ctrl+Shift+P
  2. Then enter Install Extension
  3. Search for Lucario and install the extension.
  4. Open Command Palette, enter Preferences: Color Theme and select Lucario

Issues for the VS Code theme are tracked here.


Vim Example

  1. Download colors/lucario.vim
  2. Move the file to the ~/.vim/colors/ directory
  3. Add the following lines to your vimrc file:
    syntax enable
    set number
    colorscheme lucario

OS X Hint: vim /usr/share/vim/vimrc


xcode Example

  1. Download xcode/Lucario.dvtcolortheme
  2. Move the file to your Xcode FontAndColorThemes directory
  3. Reopen your Xcode and click on Xcode -> preferences
  4. Open Fonts & Colors tab and select lucario as your theme

Hint: run this command to move the Lucario.dvtcolortheme file to your Xcode FontAndColorThemes directory:

$ mv Lucario.dvtcolortheme ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/UserData/FontAndColorThemes/

Terminal Emulators

GNOME Terminal

GNOME Terminal Example

Since it is not possible to add color themes to GNOME Terminal, the provided script will create a new Profile which uses custom colors.

  1. Download gnome-terminal/
  2. Run the script from within GNOME Terminal (./
  3. Right-click in the Terminal and select Profiles -> Lucario
  4. In the main menu select Edit -> Preferences
  5. Go to the Profiles tab and in the dropdown list for the default profile select Lucario

The script was created with


iTerm Example

  1. Download iterm/Lucario.itermcolors
  2. Open Settings in iTerm
  3. Go to Profiles -> Colors tab
  4. Click Load Presets... to import and select the Lucario.itermcolors file

Terminal Example

  1. Download terminal/Lucario.terminal
  2. Open Settings in Terminal
  3. Click "Gear" icon
  4. Click Import and select the Lucario.terminal file
  5. Click Default


Termux Example

  1. Make sure that Termux:Styling add-on is installed.
  2. Download termux/lucario.colors
  3. Replace the lucario.colors with ~/.termux/
  4. Rename lucario.colors to
  5. Restart Termux to apply.

Xfce Terminal

xfce4-terminal Example

  1. Save xfce4-terminal/lucario.theme to $HOME/.local/share/xfce4/terminal/colorschemes/ (You might need to create this folder first.)
  2. In Xfce Terminal open Preferences, go to the Colors tab and under Presets select Lucario.


xterm Example

  1. Download xterm/.Xresources
  2. Either move the .Xresources file to your home directory or add the contents to your existing ~/.Xresources
  3. Run xrdb -merge ~/.Xresources
  4. (optional) Add xrdb -merge ~/.Xresources to your init scripts (e.g. .xinitrc)

Windows Terminal

Windows Terminal Example

  1. Open settings.json from Windows Terminal.
  2. Find the "schemes" array within it.
  3. Now, copy the JSON object present in lucario.json to "schemes" array in settings.json file.
  4. Apply the color scheme by setting "colorScheme": "Lucario" to your profile.



CSS Example

  1. Download CSS/lucario.css
  2. Move the CSS/lucario.css file to your web directory
  3. Include the stylesheet in your HTML by including the line
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="lucario.css">
  4. The default stylesheet with highlight code blocks is rendered with the class highlight.


Want to use Lucario Color Scheme for your favorite editor, but it doesn't exist? So how about creating one? It's very simple! \o/

  1. Fork it!
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -m 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Submit a pull request :)


Credits: Project inspired by @zenorocha's Dracula Theme.

License: MIT © Raphael Amorim.