"… It tones down less important parts (like punctuation and brackets) and highlights only the important ones. This leads to a more calm color scheme, but still lets you find the stuff you’re looking for."

This tool set on the Dark Desert theme combined with a brackets colorizer and Operator Mono with its fancy italics is a really nice setup.

I was using Dracula the last year or so and I still like it but It's nice to find a brown theme that I actually like.

@pixelpaperyarn Oh, that's looks promising. Though, my two major editors don't seem to be there (Atom, Rider) which means I would have to figure that out.

Lately, I've been using Solarized Dark but it doesn't highlight bold and italics well in Atom.

@pixelpaperyarn I know, I just like the one-stop shopping for color schemes. I also wasn't sure if the same theme was available on both, but apparently they are (sea and space).

I'm going to play with it later. At least with Atom.

@pixelpaperyarn FYI, got a chance to play with dark sea. I like it a lot on Atom and it has the highlighting I'm looking for with Markdown.

Sadly, no Rider love, but I can live with that for a while.

Thank you for pointing it out again.

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