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Sarthak Sharma
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Send a screenshot of your Code Editor 📸

Hey folks 👋

Which theme you are currently using and feel free to share any new plugin you found recently.

Theme: DeepDark Material
Icon Theme: Material Icon

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Bhupesh Varshney 👾 • Edited

So basically everyone is vscode gang huh ?
No love for VIM :(

Editor : NeoVim
Theme: tender
my-editor

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Telman

Your setup is very nice.Btw which font do you use?

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Bhupesh Varshney 👾

Its the terminal's default font (Ubuntu Mono) 😅

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Telman

Thanks)

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David

Neovim FTW! We have similar themes -- I use Nord: github.com/arcticicestudio/nord-vim

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Bhupesh Varshney 👾

Damn, nord looks easy on eyes.
Will try it. Thanks for sharing 🔥

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Pavan Jadhaw • Edited

theme: dark lemon
font: cascadia mono

  • few adjustment

screenshot

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Cameren Dolecheck

I'm going to try out the right side bar after seeing this.

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Nicola Erario

Always used on the right. On the left is unnatural: when you open/close the explorer, your code shift to the right.

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Aniganesh

How do you do that?

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Cameren Dolecheck

View > Appearance > Move sidebar right

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Pavan Jadhaw

I have been using it since the very start, let me know how you like it :)

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weppami

Followed Caleb Porzio 'make vscode awesome'.
Theme Github Dark
Font JetBrains Mono

VsCode

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Cameren Dolecheck

JetBrains Mono is the best. I had Fira Code for a while, but JB Mono is amazingly done.

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Sarthak Sharma

What's the screen size ?

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weppami

Thinkpad T480s 1920x1080

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Sarthak Sharma

Like that right sidebar setup. 😍

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ADONIS SIMO

Cool i may try to set my sidebar to the right too... it seem very interesting.

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Eddie • Edited

ide: Atom
font: Fira Code
theme: Crucial Human (custom made by my team)

https://dev-to-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/i/6nhxxcw9qqvaw2o7hov0.png

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David Velasco

I like how you leave 1 blank line between lines in the same block, and 2 lines between blocks. It makes your code look so clean. I might experiment a bit with this, too :)

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Eddie

Thanks! We used to double-space and and single space, but we realized it would be better to just increase the line height to achieve the desired spacing. Our line heights are set to 2 in Atom.

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Aniganesh

How do you deal with code formatters that change the way your code is formatted?

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PatricNox

I want this!

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Eddie

Currently available on Atom at the moment but will plan to make one for Code. We'll work on publishing it for public use!

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Sarthak Sharma

This looks so clean.

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Axel Martínez

Ayu VSCode
I liked how it matched my background, so I took a pic a while ago: deviantart.com/ickz/art/Screen-Sho... 😝
Ayu VSCode

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syntaxhacker

which theme?

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Axel Martínez
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Ben Halpern

Basic vscode setup

vscode

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Robin Kretzschmar

I always cringe when I see overlapping code tabs 🤣

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Ben Halpern

😬😄

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Juanjo Salvador

Same for me :D

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Sarthak Sharma

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Dan Bamikiya

It soo boring

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Cameren Dolecheck • Edited

Which one?
I use VS Code for web dev, csvs, db queries, and other lighter files. I have the Monokai Pro theme up atm.
VS Code

I use Intellij IDEA for Scala, Java, and some web dev.
Intellij IDEA

A core part of the product, Cycle, I work on is essentially a code editor.
Cycle

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Sarthak Sharma

Nice setup.

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E.R. Nurwijayadi

Just another ViM

Songs Tags

I have a bunch of ViM in this article series.

epsi-rns.gitlab.io/ssg/2020/01/05/...

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Dan Jones

It's blinding!

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David Wickes

ed(1)

ed(1) is the standard editor. If I wanted to spend my time comparing colour schemes I'd have trained as an interior designer.

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Heiker

I haven't change in a while now.

Editor: Neovim
Theme: rubber-enhanced (part of my own minimalistic themes)

some javascript code

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Boris Jamot ✊ /

Editor : NeoVim + SpaceVim
Theme : dracula

vim screenshot

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Basel Akasha

screenshot of vs code
Default theme.

Extensions:

  • indent-rainbow
  • Trailing Spaces (Highlight trailing spaces and delete them in a flash!)
  • Project Manager
  • Live server
  • Live SASS compiler
  • Remote WSL + Remote SSH
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Vignesh S • Edited

Theme: Popping and Locking
Font: Fira Code
Icons: Material Icons
Screenshot

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Sanjeev-Sapre

hey, those vertical colors for indent are because of the theme or some plug in?

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Ilya Shaplyko • Edited

It's a plug-in, rainbow indent or something similar. Probably github.com/oderwat/vscode-indent-r...

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Sanjeev-Sapre

Thanks.. I will try it.

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Corentin Bettiol

Here's mine:
VSCodium - Theme Synthwave '84 with Neon Dream activated.

Terminal is Konsole (default terminal on Kubuntu) with blurry background :)

https://dev-to-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/i/1jdtn6skk4j0m92tmirn.png

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Stephanie Handsteiner

Beautiful theme, I've used it myself in the past but moved away a while ago, because the glowing text gets annoying when you stare at it for several hours/day. :D

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Corentin Bettiol

I think the light effect is fascinating, and I'm not getting tired of it yet :)

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chizo nwazuo

Oh my, this is Kubuntu? It's so beautiful. Are there any kind of customizations that you have done to the OS ?

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Corentin Bettiol

Barely. I activated the blurry effect on the terminal (see better screenshot and tutorial), and added some shortcuts/widgets on the taskbar :)

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Hayden Rouille

vim & i3 <3

vim

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David • Edited

Wild! I never got into window-tiling-managers, but have seen a lot of the people at my company use 'em now, like i3. Huge fan of the transparency, too, although it is distracting at times. I use Alacritty term with Neovim and the Nord theme: github.com/arcticicestudio/nord-vim, which surprisingly fits your background!

What theme are you using?

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Hayden Rouille

I tend to swap my colorscheme weekly, but thats just because I get bored easy..! At the moment I'm using snow but I've used gruvbox quite a bit too.

I was dubious of tilining managers for a while too - the main reason being because I was using a mix between mac and windows (wsl), and I was in and out of servers a bit, so I thought tmux was a better option considering it was very transferable. Now, however, I have a solid understanding of tmux and I can use it when I want to, but for my local dev environment now that I'm on Manjaro, i3 is so convenient. It only took me an hour or so to get used to and the speed I've gained from it is honestly incredible. Highly recommended.

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David • Edited

I love tmux. I use it to manage all projects both for work and personal, and have auto-restore with resurrect and continuum plugins. I think I'll continue using it should I adopt a tiling window manager. Have you checked out Yabai? It's macOS-specific, so probably not worth it if you're still using WSL. I only do work on macOS. But I'm pretty inclined to dip my toes into it now. I was just watching a YouTube demo and the idea of pinning windows and auto-resizing are just so damned appealing...

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Boris Jamot ✊ /

What else.

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Peter Johnston

Have to ask, does anyone else switch their theme like, way too frequently? 😂

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Dan Bamikiya

I switch my theme almost every week its just my nature 👌

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Hayden Rouille

Weekly. Can't help myself!

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