**In newer versions of Atom this syntax theme only works correctly when run in development mode. To get a version which only includes the syntax styles and supports newer versions of Atom, download vivid-syntax.
This dark syntax theme sports a subtle, deep purple base with vivid candy-like colors which bring your syntax to life without going too far to the point of being impractical. It's also one of the only syntax themes with the ability to configure its colors through the settings panel.
Font size: 13-14px depending on resolution.
Font Family: Source Code Pro
Technically, overriding the LESS variables of a theme is not supported by atom (see #5903). The solution in place is hacky and can cause errors.
When you change the color settings, you won't see the changes applied until you do a live reload (cmd-alt-ctrl-L). This is because atom has already compiled all the LESS files to CSS. For this reason, it's easier to open up dev tools and find the color you want there, then update your settings after - this way you don't have to reload over and over.
If you want to go back to default, open your config (File > Open your config) and delete the color stuff under the 'apathy-theme' key.
The name of this theme will soon be changed to "Vivid syntax".
Features such as semantic highlights, wrap guide, etc. will be exported into their own packages so that you can use them with any syntax theme.
Source Code Pro:
Applied only to text that is grammars leave unscoped:
Calibrate brightness, saturation, and contrast in the settings panel:
atom-text-editor::shadow .source(make sure to add
Note: To get Jasmine colors to work you need to:
name your files
make sure you have file types installed
add the following in your config:
"file-types":"^[^.]+.js$": "source.js"".spec.js$": "source.spec.js"
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