Light syntax theme for your favourite code editors

March 5, 2017

I have designed a light syntax theme for Visual Studio Code, Atom, and Sublime Text. This theme is a variation from the original Tinacious Design Syntax theme, a dark theme.

Below you’ll find some screenshots of it in action in each of the editors.

Light syntax theme for Atom

Here is a preview of what it looks like in Atom. Atom’s One Light UI theme complements this syntax theme nicely.

Tinacious Design Light syntax theme in Atom with One Light UI theme

You can get the package from the Atom packages and theme marketplace.

Light syntax theme for Visual Studio Code

Here is what it looks like in Visual Studio Code:

Tinacious Light Syntax theme in Visual Studio Code

You can get the syntax theme package from the Visual Studio Code Marketplace.

Light syntax theme for Sublime Text

Here is what tit looks like in Sublime Text:

Tinacious Design Light theme in Sublime Text

You can get it from Sublime Text’s Package Control.

Conclusion

They’re all somewhat similar but each of the editors maps out the colours slightly different. Try it out and let me know what you think.

Here are the links to each editor’s respective package: