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Visual Studio 2010: Obsidian Theme

Obsidian for Notepad++ is a great theme, no doubt. I normally use a custom theme based on this site’s colors, but for once I’m actually drawn away and into the world of Obsidian.

Here’s Obsidian at work in Notepad++ (well, with my typical font adjustment obviously):

I accidentally stumbled across a Visual Studio 2008 theme based on Obsidian and was immediately hooked. I downloaded and applied right away. I noticed, however, that really anything outside a standard code window looked awful and mostly unusable. So I rectified the situation – I adapted the Obsidian VS2008 port into a VS2010 theme!

This one is complete with syntax colorization through the web layers as well as the code. Here’s a quick shot:

Download the Obsidian theme for Visual Studio 2010

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