Prettify your Atom editor UI with these sleek tweaks
Pimp your Atom editor with these tweaks that make Atom look more sleek and minimal Install atom-ui-tweaks via apm, or Atom's package settings.
apm install atom-ui-tweaks
atom-ui-tweaks provides a plethora of tweaks in its settings page. Here's an example:
Atom logo splash screen (below) updates the look of the app when no editors are open. (New in v0.2.0)
Cursor line style (below) allows you to restyle the highlight on the current line. Shown here is brighten: a more subtle way of highlighting than changing the background. (New in v0.2.0)
Tab bar style (below) lets you restyle the tab bar differently. (New in v0.3.0)
Find in Project (below) tweaks will make the find in project dialog more readable. (New in v0.3.0)
Small line numbers (below) tweak makes line numbers less prominent, but highlighting the fold points. Simplified indent guides will only show indent guides for the blocks that the cursor is in.
Status on top (below) moves the statusbar on top. (Also shown: Increase status bar padding, Bold filename, Fake traffic lights)
Compact fuzzy finder (below) shows more lines in the Ctrl+P dialog by reducing each item to a single line.
Terminal: stealth toolbar (below) makes the terminal toolbar blend in with the rest of the terminal, making terminals feel more integrated into Atom. (Also shown: hide insert text button)
Here are screenshots with titlebars from the Vimix GTK theme (some extra CSS tweaks to make them integrate better):
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