Hi, have you ever worked with multiple VSCode instances? 🔥
It's sometimes difficult to navigate between the different projects when using the same
Maybe you already know it, but you can have a different theme per workspace/folder by adjusting the
workbench.colorTheme in the workspace settings.
- Open a new VSCode window.
- Open the project folder where you would like to have a different color theme.
- Navigate to
File > Preferences > Settings
- Select the
Workspace Settingstab at the top of the settings screen. Anything you edit in here will now be specific to this workspace.
- Search for
colorThemeand select the color theme you would like for this specific workspace.
You can use a VSCode extension called Peacock wich subtly change the color of your Visual Studio Code workspace. Ideal when you have multiple VS Code instances, use VS Live Share, or use VS Code's Remote features, and you want to quickly identify your editor.
I hope you’ll find these useful for yourself ! It's a game changer for me to boost my productivity 🎉🦥
And you ? What's your favorite hack to boost your productivity ? ❤