Notepad++ is one of the most preferred text editor and source code editor with Microsoft Windows. However, one of the most important features of any computer-based screen application is its THEME. It aligns and focuses code and makes it more convenient for editing and carrying out other tasks on it. Over the years, notepad++ users have always been pondering over the various themes that can be applied over while working. Here is the list of five best notepad++ themes including there details.
1. LUNAR theme for notepad++
Lunar is a new, beautiful theme for notepad++. It also supports syntax highlighting for most gmod13 libraries, as well as the mysqloo and gm_navigation modules. If your tired of the default old windows themed notepad++ then you should try this out. This theme also supports much more highlighting than the old gmod lua lexer theme.
2. DRACULA theme for notepad++
Dracula is another preferred theme for notepad++ users. The picture above gives a view for the theme. If you are a git user, you can install the theme and keep up to date by cloning the repo:
$ git clone https://github.com/dracula/notepad-plus-plus.git
3. OBISIDIAN theme for notepad++
The Obisidian-Notepad++ style theme is a color scheme for eclipse created by Colin Kirk. It has been downloaded 13734 times and provides support for a lot of common editors.
4. DARK NEON theme for notepad++
The Dark Neon Notepad++ theme is a color scheme for eclipse created by Peter Faria. It has been downloaded 1462 times and provides support for a lot of common editors.More Info
5. MATERIAL THEME(DARK) for notepad++
The image shows the preview of this theme for notepad++ users. Its basic requirements are-
- This style is based on Monaco font (https://github.com/todylu/monaco.ttf).
- Notepad++, of course.
Apparently, any theme can be preferred as per the coder’s convenience but when you have it, why not go for the best ones!