Phoenix Theme for Sublime Text 2 Phoenix Theme for Sublime Text 2 / asset / free

https://github.com/netatoo/phoenix-theme

This theme is based on the Soda theme. It comes with 6 different color options: pink, red, orange, blue, green, and yellow. There are theme-specific settings you can use to further customize this theme, such as auto-width tabs and colored expanded folders.
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submitted about 4 years ago, by metastew
Phoenix Theme for Sublime Text 2 popular asset

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pineapple

I don't like sublime text, but that is incredibly sexy... sometimes I wish vim were more modern looking, and then I try to use anything else and instantly have to move back to vim.. but fuck that does look nice.

pineapple, about 4 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

Have you tried Vintage mode in Sublime text? I don't know how comprehensive the binding coverage is but it works really well for me, since I can mostly use both key bindings. You can also install the block cursor package and add more vim binding manually.

My favorite sublime theme is Soda... sooo sexy https://github.com/buymeasoda/soda-theme.

SkinnyGeek1010, about 4 years ago

pineapple

Vim's bindings go deeper than the ocean, and any time I try some vim emulation it just feel like I keep hitting a brick wall right when I really need it. Just isn't the same :/

pineapple, about 4 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

Yea I kind of figured that. One of these days I'll get to the point where Vintage won't be enough. For now just having stackable commands and ci and ciw is amazing!!

SkinnyGeek1010, about 4 years ago

pineapple

would it do =i{ if you are in a css file in between the { } (to align proper indentation quickly)

I want to try and stump it with something simple yet obscure enough ;o

pineapple, about 4 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

SNAP.... it works!
Before, I was highlighting the block (in insert mode lol) and then doing 'cmd+{' to bottom them out to the left and then using 'cmd+}' to re-indent them.

SkinnyGeek1010, about 4 years ago

pineapple

Hmm, you win this round.

pineapple, about 4 years ago

pineapple

Does it have command mode? like :g/^$/d to delete empty lines

pineapple, about 4 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010

nope... tried it lol. The only ' : ' commands I think it has are :w, :$, :O

You can however do cmd+alt+f to open a find/replace bar and then replace ^\n with blank and it strips out all the lines

SkinnyGeek1010, about 4 years ago

pineapple

edit: oops

pineapple, about 4 years ago


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