Best VS Code Colour Themes for 2018
Colour themes let you modify the colours in Visual Studio Code's user interface to suit your preferences and work environment.
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How to Install VS Code Themes
- In VS Code, open the Color Theme picker with File > Preferences > Color Theme. (Code > Preferences > Color Theme on macOS).
- You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+K Ctrl+T to display the picker.
- Use the cursor keys to preview the colours of the theme.
- Select the theme you want and press Enter.
Material Theme Kit
A set of light and dark themes based off Material UI kit.
Panda is a super minimal, dark Syntax Theme for Visual Studio Code with subtle colours that are meant to be easy on the eyes.
Atom One Dark
Atom One Dark is a VSCode theme based on Atom's One Dark theme.
Cobalt2 Theme Official
Cobalt2 is a Visual Studio Code theme based on our old blue friend cobalt. It is a refined colour scheme which is easy on the eyes and takes small UI elements into account.
Winter is Coming theme for VS Code
This extension for Visual Studio Code adds two themes titled "Winter is Coming". There are dark, dark blue, and light themes.
GitHub Plus Theme
In a change from the usual dark themes, GitHub Plus is a full VSCode light theme inspired by the GitHub colour scheme.
Ysgrifennwr Color Theme
Ysgrifennwr is a light color scheme for Visual Studio Code.
Firewatch theme is based on the Original Firewatch game theme for Atom by Sebastian Szturo.
NetBeans Light Theme
This VS Code Theme extension tries to setup editor colors to same colors which are used in default NetBeans IDE light theme.
NotepadPlusPlus Remixed Theme
This is a theme intended for use with Visual Studio Code. It is not an exact replica of the Notepad++ default theme. JS/HTML/Python colours were used as a base but were partly combined and modified a bit.
Last updated on: Saturday 25th August 2018