This theme's main goal is to provide a dark, readable & clean experience into your favorite code editor.
There is also 7 variants included :
Visit Night Shift website for more info.
Created by Jean Tinland (just another seo backlinks).
You'll find an iTerm2 port of this theme here.
Flat (no-borders) variant:
Lite (no-borders) variant:
Launch VS Code Quick Open (⌘+P), paste the following command, and press enter.
ext install jean.desaturated
Or install this theme from the extension panel : search for "desaturated theme".
You can find this theme in the Visual Studio Code Marketplace.
|Color||Hex Code||Used for|
|Light blue||Strings - Comments - Tag brackets|
|Light red||Tag attributes - Units|
|Light green||Static types - Provided values, functions, variables|
|Yellow||Names entities - Function names - Storage keywords - Regex - JSON property name|
|Blue||Escape characters - Operators - Special operators|
|Magenta||Constants - Pseudo CSS - Keywords|
|White / yellow||Inherited classes - CSS ID selectors - Variables names|
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have some suggestions of improvements or language addition requests.
A port of my vscode Night Shift (Desaturated) theme to iTerm2.
This is a port of my Night Shift theme for Visual Studio Code. You'll find an iTerm2 color scheme here.
First, clone this repo.
$ git clone https://github.com/Jean-Tinland/chrome-theme-desaturated
Then go to
chrome://extensions/ and toggle 'Developer mode'.
Click on 'Load unpacked' button and select the