Dark color scheme for FDT & FlashDevelop

Posted by Thanh Tran on August 12, 2010. 1 min read.

Here’s my (dark) color scheme for FDT 3.5:

eclipse_pref_fdt

To install, follow these steps:

  1. Save my eclipse preference file (.epf) to your computer. (Don’t worry, this preference file only contains color settings for FDT, your own settings will not be affected)
  2. In FDT/Eclipse go to File > Import… > expand General > select Preferences > click Next
  3. At “From preference file” box, browse to the preference file > Check “Import all” > click Finished and there you go.

If you want to know how to make these preference files, read this tutorial.

Besides, the black background of the editor is set at global setting. Therefore, other editors (.txt, .xml, .java…) must also be changed to dark theme or they are very difficult to read.

Here are my additional preference file for:

ANT XML: download here

eclipse_pref_ant

Java & WTP: download (this one is my quick adoption of this guy’s theme after removing redundant settings)

eclipse_pref_003

Bonus: SVN coloring scheme (download)

eclipse_svn

 

And last but not least, my dark color scheme for FlashDevelop 3.1+ (actually, my FDT scheme is based on this): instruction & download

fd_color_scheme

Next time, I’ll compose some preference file to make FDT behave more like FlashDevelop and more convenient to use. (So that you and I don’t have to wade through all the settings again when installing a new copy of FDT)