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ST Color Schemes to work with Latexing

Postby Dellu » Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:13 pm

I was wondering which of the available themes and color Schemes of ST 3 would be great for writing Latex. Most of the color schemes I have tried are inlined to programmers; the dark and colored themes are a bit hard for serious writing. So far I find Brett's MarkdownEditor http://ttscoff.github.io/MarkdownEditing/ quite good. But, still inclined for Markdown; content and latex command are not clearly distinguishable. It would be great if we can have a color themes with the looks and feels of the familiar Latex editors (with clear distinction of latex commands and content).


any suggestion?


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Re: ST Color Schemes to work with Latexing

Postby Chris » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:18 pm

We could go and develop one together, perhaps enhance the one you mentioned for proper LaTeX. I am open for any suggestion, and also swapping my schemes regular since I am not 100% satisfied to far.
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Re: ST Color Schemes to work with Latexing

Postby Jodles » Sun Jan 19, 2014 12:56 pm

A LaTeX colour scheme with focus on serious writing would be great. I find most themes prioritise the commands rather than the text. When writing a long paper I'd prefer to rather have more subtle command colours (still varying in colour, but less saturation), and more focus on the actual content/text of the paper. Further, if possible, background highlighting across the entire line for things like
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\section
s would be incredibly useful to keep a long document easy to navigate visually (in addition to CMD+R).
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Re: ST Color Schemes to work with Latexing

Postby ph03 » Mon Mar 03, 2014 11:23 am

I also looked around a lot for a good LaTeX color scheme and I'm currently using

https://github.com/jonschlinkert/sublim ... i-extended

which highlights relevant document properties reasonably well IMHO.
I would also be interested in a dedicated scheme / approach.
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