Recently, I've customized all my favorite apps with Dracula theme. As the Dracula team does a great job, I quickly found themes for the following apps:
There are also many Dracula themes for Firefox. I choose Klorax' one.
Then, I wanted to go further and have the same journey in my terminal emulator. Fortunately, the deepin-terminal comes with a lot of bundled themes, including Dracula.
But as a Tmux user, I was a bit frustrated as the status line I used had nothing to do with Dracula. And there was no Dracula theme for Tmux. So I created one:
🔥 Awesome .tmux.conf configuration file with Dracula theme 🧛♂️ and task support.
Self-contained, pretty and versatile
.tmux.conf configuration file with Dracula theme and task support.
>= 2.1running inside Linux, Mac, OpenBSD, Cygwin or WSL (Bash on Ubuntu on Windows)
- outside of tmux,
$TERMmust be set to
To install, run the following from your terminal: (you may want to backup your
$ cd $ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:mamyn0va/tmux-dracula.git .tmux $ ln -s -f .tmux/.tmux.conf $ cp .tmux/.tmux.conf.local $ git clone https://github.com/tmux-plugins/tpm ~/.tmux/plugins/tpm
Then reload your tmux conf:
$ tmux source ~/.tmux.conf
Then install the required plugins by pressing
prefix + I (capital i, as in Install) to fetch the plugins using
Finally proceed to customize your
If you're a Vim user, setting the
$EDITOR environment variable to
enable and further customize the vi-style key bindings (see tmux manual).
If you're new to tmux, I recommend…
If you're looking to have the same look and feel when listing your folders (
lla), I created a Dracula theme for colorls which is a drop-in replacement for
And you're done!