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Dracula Theme: a dark theme for 227 different apps
19 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Dec 2021
It doesn't support nearly as many programs as dracula theme does but I'd recommend giving https://themer.dev/ a try. Supports all the popular terminals, IDEs and then some.
Node.js Packages and Resources
106 projects | dev.to | 6 Sep 2021
themer - Generate themes for your editor, terminal, wallpaper, Slack, and more.
Template for converting terminal theme for new Sublime Text colour scheme?
2 projects | /r/SublimeText | 1 Jun 2021
You could try this: https://themer.dev/
Made my first colorscheme, was a lot more challenging than I expected
3 projects | /r/vim | 1 May 2021
Might sound lazy but might I raise you themer.dev if you ever want to do this again? Also love the colorscheme
Show HN: I built a VS Code Theme Creator – easily make VS Code themes in browser
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Mar 2021
An alternative - not just for VSCode, but a whole range of software - https://themer.dev/
Alternatives to Dracula
8 projects | /r/vim | 9 Mar 2021
You could have a look at Themer: https://github.com/mjswensen/themer which also has a nice Web app at https://themer.dev It let's you generate your own palette or choose from some existing/ popular ones, then exports settings/configs for a growing number of applications, f.e. vim, tux, alacritty, web browsers, other terminals etc.
30 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Oct 2022
I think what the creator is doing is outsourcing the maintenance of each individual app to a maintainer that cares; the themes folder contains pointers to other repos:
I think that is a good idea.
This could be used to "reverse-engineer a generic platform" relatively easily:
1: Fork Dracula and its themes
How we designed themes for the terminal - a peek into our process
3 projects | dev.to | 16 Mar 2022
The really neat part is how this easily extends to existing themes like Dracula and Solarized. For existing themes we convert, we will choose an accent color from the core 16 colors that we feel match the best. If you want to change it, no sweat, you can customize the accent color to any of the 16 theme colors or any custom color you like to add your personal preference to existing themes.
Why You Should Start Using Listcomps in Python (Say no to map/filter)
3 projects | dev.to | 26 Feb 2022
I use the Dracula color palette
Making money from open source
4 projects | dev.to | 3 Mar 2021
The Dracula UI theme was created by Zeno Rocha as an opensource project when he was sick in hospital in 2013. It became a popular theme over the years. In late 2019, he decided to try to find a way to monetize the project when he saw how high the traffic to the draculatheme website was.
Awesome Arch Dracula
2 projects | /r/unixporn | 17 Feb 2021
Theme (gtk, terminal, etc): Dracula
What are some alternatives?
catppuccin - 😸 Soothing pastel theme for the high-spirited!
qbittorrent - 🧛🏻♂️ Dark theme for QBittorrent
terminator-themes - :metal: The biggest collection of themes for Terminator terminal.
PVEDiscordDark - A Discord-like dark theme for the Proxmox Web UI.
wallpaper - 🧛🏻♂️ Dark wallpapers for Dracula
magi-uI-synthwave - Synthwave Color Scheme for JetBrains products that has evolved over time
Tailwind CSS - A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.
custom-alfred-iterm-scripts - AppleScript for iTerm2 Alfred integration.
termux - ⛄ Soothing pastel theme for Termux!
monaki-theme - a dark theme for the pixelart editor Aseprite using the Monokai palette extended by alpha colors
dracula-icons - Dark Icons Theme for Linux Desktops
solarized - precision color scheme for multiple applications (terminal, vim, etc.) with both dark/light modes