Sublime Text 2 plugin which allows you to quickly cycle between user-defined combinations of chrome themes and colour schemes.
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Camaleón

Camaleón for Sublime Text 2 allows you to quickly cycle between user-defined combinations of chrome themes and colour schemes.

Installation

Either download the zip version of this repository, and extract it into your Packages directory, or check out this repository into your Packages directory using git.

Usage

Keyboard Shortcuts

Mac

  • F8: Cycle chrome+colour schemes.
  • Shift+F8: Cycle chrome+colour schemes in reverse.
  • Command+F8: Cycle chrome+colour scheme sets.
  • Command+Shift+F8: Cycle chrome+colour scheme sets in reverse.
  • Control+F8: Choose a random colour scheme.

Windows and Linux

  • F8: Cycle predefined chrome+colour schemes.
  • Shift+F8: Cycle predefined chrome+colour schemes in reverse.
  • Control+F8: Cycle chrome+colour scheme sets.
  • Control+Shift+F8: Cycle chrome+colour scheme sets in reverse.
  • Alt+F8: Choose a random colour scheme.

Chrome+colour sets and schemes are defined in "Camaleon.sublime-settings". Copy this file into your User package directory to make changes.

Recent Changes

  • Improved support for Mac OS X
  • Allowed choosing a random colour scheme from anywhere in your Packages directory.
  • Removed backwards-compatibility with old versions (pre-build 2174) of Sublime Text 2.
  • Genericised check to prevent switching theme when we're using the same theme already (Doesn't just check for Soda)
  • Added all available commands to the command palette, and made sure the keyboard shortcuts are displayed, and tweaked the copy (Colour, anyone?)
  • Improved and streamlined program logic
  • Added support for creating sets of chrome+colour schemes. For example, you can now create a set of only dark chrome+colour, and a set of only light chrome+colour, and switch between them with Command+F8 (Control+F8 on Windows and Linux)

Original Version

The original version of Camaleón, by Tito Bouzout, is available here: https://github.com/SublimeText/Camaleon