Using themer to make your own colorscheme

Sabrina on July 01, 2019

I love a cohesive theme for my laptop, and when you have many different apps that you work with on the day to day (Slack, terminal, text editor, an... [Read Full]
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Totally agree with you. Having a chromatically clean theme on my daily driver is so much easier on my eyes. Makes ones laptop look real good too!

Themer looks slick. I think you might like pywal... on Linux, it can configure almost every single part of your laptop. It's what I use.

Also, garbage-oracle... why is that so meeeee????!!! ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

 

Oooh this is so cool, thank you for sharing! I may need to do a round up on all these amazing tools once I've had time to try them all โœจ

I'm glad the name resonates ๐Ÿ˜…

 

Wow this is awesome!! I've tried to make a color scheme 'manually' in the past but this looks so much better!

I also love that you can add new tools! There might be one of two that I would want to add!

Aand this is how I'm gonna spend my afternoon! Thanks again!

 

You are so, so welcome! This was my solution to manually creating a color scheme, and the best part is it's really easy to iterate from using a manual approach so that you can still know what's going on.

If you do add new templates I'd love to hear about it; I haven't tried it yet and would love know what that's like!

You're welcome, happy theme-ing!

 

Cool..! I use one of my projects called Colorbook to create my favorite color schemes, combinations and to copy color codes easily to themer. I wrote about it on dev.to ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’œ GitHub Link

 

Thanks for sharing! This is a really neat tool, I'll definitely try it out with my next theme ๐Ÿ‘

 
 

I wish I could put more unicorns in reactions for creative naming: Garbage Oracle themes!

 

Thanks for the unicorn and the reading, I'm glad you like the naming ๐Ÿ˜„!

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