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Nataliya Muriy
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Our Darkest Dark theme was a total hit last year, yet some of you continued longing for a total eclipse of your IDE. We jumped at the task and created the Deep Black theme for Eclipse, going way beyond providing the possibility to go #000. Its newest release has also fixed inconsistencies for some plugins.

Both Deep Black and Darkest Dark – as well as a whole range of very colorful (dark and light) themes are part of our DevStyle plugin.

If you do notice any issues with this theme, please let us know through our DevStyle forum.



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Posted on Sep 6th 2018