:princess::tulip::japanese_ogre: A fairy-tale inspired theme, with tasteful use of emojis
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:tulip: Commit to her and give her a flower.
:japanese_ogre: Japanese Ogre appears on error.
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Plus many more!
zsh/wild-cherry.zsh-themefile to oh-my-zsh's theme folder:
~/.zshrcfile and set
ZSH_THEME="wild-cherry". Finally, reload your terminal.
Note: wild-cherry.itermcolors reflects only the theme colors in iTerm. To get the formatting and emojis, you will need to configure your Zsh theme via the instructions above.
:japanese_ogre: Japanese Ogre does not like trailing semicolons! (Atom Linter required)
:fire: Dodgy code may catch fire! (Atom Linter required)
Command Paletteand type
Wild Cherryand hit enter
Settings - User. Add the following two lines:
"theme": "wild-cherry.sublime-theme", "color_scheme": "Packages/Wild Cherry/wild-cherry.tmTheme"
color_schemedefines how the code looks and
themedefines how the sidebar, tabs, search, command palette work.
mou/Wild Cherry.txtto your Mou/Theme directory
Wild Cherryfrom Mou → Preferences → Themes
#2B1F32, foreground =
#FFFFFF, highlight =
#0AACC5, accent =
a) Use this bookmarklet
b) 1. Go to Settings → Appearance 2. Set Background Color:
#2b1f32, Header Color:
#4a1386, Result URL Color:
#e15d97, Result Title Color:
#e15d97, Result Visited Title Color:
Activating 1. In your Cloud9 IDE, click Cloud9 -> Preferences -> Experimental -> Enable Plugin Manager 2. Click Tools -> Developer -> Start in Debug mode 3. In the new window, type the following command into the terminal
cd ~/.c9/plugins. 4. Then clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/iSasFTW/wildcherry_c9.git. 5. Switch into the newly created directory:
cd wildcherry_c9/. 6. Type
c9 build. 7. In the Plugin Manager (if not already open, go to Cloud9 -> Preferences -> Experimental) enable wildcherry_c9 by ticking the box next to it. (If you don't see it, you might have to refresh the plugin list using the button in the gear menu) 8. You should now see "wildcherry" as an option in View -> Themes. 9. Close the tab with debug mode open, and refresh your original cloud9 tab. 10. Done! You've now installed the Wild Cherry editor theme!
MinTTY is used by many projects, including cygwin, babun, wsltty, and MSYS2. The following instructions assume your copy of mintty is recent enough to support themes (mintty in my babun install is too old). Unfortunately, there's no support for emoji, so those won't look nice.
/usr/share/mintty/themes/wild-cherryfolder inside mintty. - for a slightly tweaked version, use
wild-cherry-mod. 3. right click the title bar on mintty 4. click options 5. Under theme, choose wild-cherry 6. Click apply and/or save 7. Follow the instructions for zsh
Microsoft's Windows Terminal doesn't have dedicated theme files. Instead, it has a single profiles.json object. Until someone comes up with a tool to manage this file, you'll have to edit it by hand. Since it's a Windows App, you'll also have to find the location yourself.
%LocalAppData%\Packagesfor a folder that begins with
profiles.jsonin your favorite editor
windowsterminal-schema.jsonat the end of your schemes array.
write.exe), and copy the name form the font setting.
Want to give the princess a makeover? :lipstick: Fork- and submit a pull request! :ribbon: