Rainglow Color Themes

320+ color themes for a variety of editors and software.

Rainglow Color Themes is a collection of 320+ original color themes created by Dayle Rees for a variety of editors including VSCode, Jetbrains IDEs, Sublime Text, Atom and more. All themes feature a contrast and light variation. I hope you enjoy them!

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10 Reviews5.0/5
Primer
Founder of Division 77
Love it. I was already using a @daylerees theme on PHPStorm thanks to a recommendation from the Laracasts guy. Great to see it here.
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Bruce Becker Ph.D.Infrastructure guy. Skeptic. African.

I like a bit of variety in my eyediet, so I have a few go-to color schemes, in editors and terminals. But this is juts too much...

Pros:

lots of choice. easy to add to your editor

Cons:

lots of chice

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Thanks for the review Burce! Do you think there might be value in a 'Rainglow Lite' package that features only the more popular themes?
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Joshua Pinter
Product at CNTRAL. Maker of ntwrk.
Fantastic. It would be cool if in the Theme Preview Tool you could add some other languages and framework, like React/React Native, or allow people to copy sample code into a new tab to see what the theme would look like with the code they typically work with. Right now it has php and html only.
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Abadesi
Founder & CEO, Hustle Crew
Hey @daylerees thanks for hunting this cool collection, why did you start working on this project and how long did it take to complete?
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@abadesi Hi Abadesi! In a sense, the project is four years old. It started as a collection of Sublime Text colour themes that I created 4 years ago as a means to combat using Monokai everywhere. My first theme was Peacock, and I think that's the most popular to this day. Then it just spiralled out of control, and now I've refreshed the project as Rainglow. It's more maintainable this time around. (I hope!) :)
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Adrian Marin 🥑Product-Minded Software Engineer

Such a nice place to get your theming for everything you use from the terminal to the code editor.

Pros:

A great diverse pallet of colours and contrasts

Cons:

I would love a "filter by colour" feature in the preview tool

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Thanks for the feature suggestion Adrian! I'll look into it!
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