I have a working color scheme up in my GitHub, and I have been updating it for the past week. I would like to start advertising my color scheme, but I first want to have a method in which people can easily update the color scheme as I update and improve it. The only issue, is everything is pull-based.
I will update my color scheme to GitHub, and if I am lucky, then people will redownload and reinstall the new color scheme. This is inefficient, and will cause most people to have my old version.
I recently noticed I can create my own Plugin. I assumed that it would be a rather quick migration from working JAR file with the Editor Colors to working Plugin that can easily have push-notified updates; however, that seems to be far from the case.
I had only Android Studio, but I did recently download IntelliJ IDEA. I ran my plugin, and it opens a new instance of IntelliJ IDEA. It shows that I have my plugin installed; however, when I go to the "Color & Fonts" section within Settings, my color scheme is not available.
<vendor... > ... </vendor>
<additionalTextAttributes scheme="ChroMATERIAL" file="colors/ChroMATERIAL.icls"/>