Just switched over from Coda 2 to Atom, Toychest isn't in the library so looking for a new theme to get started with
Nothin' but Spacegray in ST3. The best.
Spacegray Eighties is my jam. Love the slightly higher contrast than the dark version.
@pasql's Saturn is gorgeous.
That looks awesome, seriously let down by the Atom version though
I think my eyes have grown too accustomed to Toy Chests broad kerning....struggling to read using any of these themes
Left: Atom Saturn, Right: Coda2 Toy-Chest
Your Atom screenshot isn't using a monospaced font. Just change it for what you're using in Coda (Panic Sans, mayhaps?).
EDIT: I've installed it on my machine so I can be clearer. You should be able to access a settings pane (can't tell if you're on Windows or OS X) and make sure the
Font Familyfield has the name of a font that's actually installed on your computer. If you're not sure what you have, you should try "Courier New".
Thanks Louis, I'll see how that fits
Seti/Monokai Seti on Atom. I particularly like the icons.
I used to work on Atom solely because of this theme. Ever since I found a port for Sublime Text I've been so happy.
Nice! Can you tell me your main reasoning for going back to ST? I'm genuinely interested because I went straight from Coda2 to Atom. I haven't used ST much. What can it do (better) that Atom can't?
Well, for starters... it starts way faster. Atom gets sluggish sometimes (although they have improved this a bit in the last updates), but my main grip with it is that it takes 10+ seconds to open up the first time.
Another big turn off for me was the 2MB limit for opening files; sometimes I have large files (like SQL dumps) that I need to look at, and Atom refused to help me with those.
Other than that, not much actually (which is why I did stick with it for a while). The only other minor grip I had with it was the emmet plugin. Sublime's works better, in my opinion.
Interesting. As for file size limit, I haven't had an issue yet. But, I definitely did have problems with emmet interfering with autocomplete plus and my custom snippets. Ultimately, I only use a small % of the emmet shortcuts, so I just disabled it and wrote custom snippets for the ones I do use a lot. Good to know that ST doesn't have those issues.
I think the main reason I went with Atom over ST was because I want to publish some web design/dev tuts, and I knew it would be accessible to everyone since it's open source.
Great points, and thanks for the link to Seti on ST!
Fox for Sublime Text
Woo hoo! Happy to see that you've started using this. :)
For Xcode, Terminal and Sublime text: http://zenorocha.github.io/dracula-theme/
Sadly, there's nothing similar for Brackets.
I use dracula too, but with a black background.
Looks great with a slightly transparent editor (to me)
Oh cool, a fellow vampire :D I actually really like the original bg color :)
I've been meaning to try and port Dracula but meh.
This page's source shown in Vim + iTerm + Solarized Dark. I had to make my own "editor layout" - Simplebar but I'm perfectly satisfied now.
Oblivion Color Scheme (https://sublime.wbond.net/packages/Oblivion%20Color%20Scheme) and Spacegrey.
Over the past two year nothing has beaten Flatland for me!
A modified version of Spacegray for ST2
Predawn for Sublime and Atom is fricking awesome. Hard to work in other text editors/IDEs without this theme.
Nice, I just started using this.
Recent started using Gravity on Sublime Text. It's a dark theme that complements Yosemite pretty well.
Afterglow is awesome.
Just the plain old dark theme on brackets. I used to use sublime text but I always found some of its behaviours a bit annoying. And I still don't understand VIM.
I use Atom + Neutron UI theme + Railscasts syntax theme.