I'm experimenting with migrating to Pycharm from Sublime Text (using Sunburst theme), and trying to get my color scheme just right.
I've been looking at this exact color scheme for six years (since TextMate days) so it's kind of a make/break deal for me. I think it's mostly the Django keywords that are an issue.
I've used settings > Colors & Fonts: Python to get as close as possible. But a couple of things are still not quite right, and I can't figure out how to fix these issue in this settings panel.
If anyone can help me figure this out, would greatly appreciate it!
Here's a screenshot, on right is Sublime Text (ideal look) and left is PyCharm.
1. @ decorator should be blue, but other symbols (+, -, etc) should remain orange
2. def and class keyword should be green, not orange. BUT other keywords like if and print should remain orange
3. Colon sign should be white (but other operators should remain orange, except @)
4. from and import should be orange, and known django modules should be purple
5. Known Django class parameters should be brown/italic
6. Known Django class methods should be purple
7. Known Django class method parameters should be white
8. Known Django settings variables (constants?) should be blue
Also, attaching the color scheme so you can replicate how close I got.
Hmm maybe because of the file type, my custom theme attachment isn't showing up. Here's a shared dropbox link to it:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1936883/Sunburst%20Pycharm.icls