Nova

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Readme

A color scheme that is easy on the eyes by day and night. ----- ### The chosen colors were inspired by the glowing LEDs of Denon's SC5000M music player series. #### Spot errors at a glance Unlike other color schemes, the color red is not used for syntax element highlighting. Instead, red is only used to represent syntax errors, invalid code, and linting errors. *Look out! Until the final version 1.0, red is also used for identifying syntax elements that are not yet stylized.* **Report red syntax elements!** #### Mathematically derived. The base colors, the window colors, and the text color are the only manually selected colors and balanced using the Equiangular algorithm. All other colors are mathematical derivatives of the base colors. Deliberately used mathematical inaccuracies in color derivations provide a natural-looking color mixture. #### Enjoyable Terminal. This color scheme has been carefully prepared so that even the terminal provides eye-friendly colors. To do so, select `Preferences -> Terminal`. In the tab `[Theme]`, select `[Theme]: Custom`. It is best to select "Polis" under `[Apply Theme]` too. -----

Changelog

Carefully crafted adjustments to enhance the color scheme for daily and nightly use.

11/15/20 v0.4.7

Syntax

  • Add Typescript

v0.4.6

Syntax

  • Fix selection text using the same color as markup code blocks

v0.4.5

Syntax

  • Added Less
  • Added SCSS
  • Unified blue for URL, File path, and Link
  • Unified orange for Comma, Operator, and Separator

v0.4.4

Syntax

  • Added YAML
  • Added Lua
  • Added Perl
  • Added INI

v0.4.3

Syntax

  • Make colors less pop

    • Identifiers
    • Markup
    • Strings
    • Styles
    • Tags
    • Types
  • Added Elixir support

  • Added Shell Script support

v0.4.2

Polis includes a color scheme for the terminal too.

Terminal

  • Use bright colors
    • Bright red
    • Bright green
    • Bright yellow
    • Bright blue
    • Bright magenta
    • Bright cyan
  • Make colors less pop
    • Red
    • Green
    • Yellow
    • Blue
    • Magenta
    • Cyan

v0.4.1

Syntax

  • Make colors less pop
    • Identifiers
    • Markup
    • Strings
    • Styles
    • Tags
    • Types

v0.4.0

Meta

  • BREAKING: [*] Reworked entire color organization code
  • Redesigned README.md
  • Redesigned CHANGELOG.md
  • Refined Polis logo
  • Refined Polis colors
  • Refined Window and Editor colors

Syntax

  • BREAKING: [-] Removed Markdown specific coloring
  • BREAKING: [-] Removed JSON specific coloring
  • BREAKING: [-] Removed Elixir specific coloring

v0.3.0

  • Added Markdown support

v0.2.1

  • Made it easier for contributions

v0.2.0

Built-in languages

  • Added JSON support
  • Added JavaScript support

v0.1.0

Initial release


License

MIT License

Copyright (c) 2020 Denny 'fibric' Trebbin

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