Compatible with: IntelliJ IDEA PhpStorm WebStorm PyCharm RubyMine AppCode CLion Gogland DataGrip Rider MPS Android Studio
Nov 08, 2017
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ChroMATERIAL is a color scheme that expresses the chromatic nature of Material Design within IntelliJ and Android Studio. In particular, ChroMATERIAL focuses on syntax highlighting of code within the IDE's code editor. It's uniqueness lies in the idea of "enhance influence, not banality"

  • Color Schemes: Default (dark), Darcula-compatible, Darker
  • Supported Languages: Java, Kotlin, Groovy, XML, JSON, HTML, Regex, YAML
  • Supported Features: Android, Android Manifest, Android Resources, Android Native (C / C++), Gradle, Logcat, Files, Property Files, Version Control, Debugger, Diff, XSLT, XPATH, Ignore Files*, Markdown*

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Recent change notes

  • Added Features: NEW 2017.3 features
  • Updated Themes: All
  • Notable changes:
    • Added Marked for removal methods. (2017.3)
    • Added Inline parameter hints. (2017.3)
    • Added Diff separator color. (2017.3)
    • Added Visual indent guide. (2017.3)
    • Brought feature parity to all themes.
    • Breadcrumbs have a new style that is compatible with Android Studio and IntelliJ IDEs.
    • Debugger has a new style. New colors and breakpoint lines are bold.
    • Method separators are now visible if enabled.
    • Added bracket support to ignore files.
    • Annotations are italic, and attribute names are purple.
    • Diff & Merge have darker error stripe marks for conflicts and deleted text