Oblivion Revival Color Scheme for IntelliJ IDEA and other JetBrains IDEs

The scheme is based on the color scheme I made for Netbeans. It works with PhpStorm and IntelliJ IDEA and should work with most other JetBrains IDEs if not all of them. The color only apply for limited langauges.

Released here

PHP
http://coder.kidsreturn.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/php.png

HTML
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JavaScript
http://coder.kidsreturn.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/js.png

CSS
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Wow.  That's real darn close to what I've configured for myself.  I'll download it and give it a whirl!

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Thanks for sharing!

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Hello,

this scheme seems to be interetsing but unfortunately, at least on Mac Os X, eap RC 2.0 103.78, the code folding symbols, in right margin editor window are completely useless as shown on screen capture attached to this post.  

Richard



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Thanks Richard to pointing this out. The version uploaded yesterday was probably old (before that folding symbol was fixed). Try download it again.

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Hi,

tried to delete the previous theme, restarted ide, import and restart again and no luck, same problem. Any thoughts ?

Richard

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Same here. Possibly it is because the colour scheme was designed and used in IDEA not in PhpStorm which may miss some options? ?:|

P.S.
I'm using a copy attached to the post here.

@digitalwingx
See this thread (another color scheme) -- maybe you can improve yours a bit. Would be good if you also include Smarty colors (I know -- your theme supports limited langage set).

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Thanks for pointing this issue out guys.

I have fixed this issue and updated the settings.jar.

You can download the latest settings.js here.

Tested in phpstorm EAP.

Probably will add the scheme to smarty ruby, and python in the future, in that order.



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