Dainty is a color theme generator with support for Visual Studio. It comes with default presets Dainty Dark and Dainty Light as well as popular color themes as its presets.
`ardent`)Ayu Mirage (
`ayu-mirage`)City Lights (
`city-lights`)Dark+ Reimagined (
`fluent`)Material Theme Ocean (
`material-theme-ocean`)Material Theme (
`mirage`)Monokai Night (
`nord`)Oceanic Next (
`oceanic-next`)Panda Theme (
`pivot`)Purple Haze (
`purple-haze`)Snazzy Theme (
`snazzy-theme`)Timbre (less chroma) (
`timbre`)Tomorrow Night Eighties (
git clone https://github.com/alexanderte/dainty-vs.git cd dainty-vs yarn
yarn build -p dainty-dark
Dainty can be configured by editing
`configuration.jsonc`. The file is generated if it doesn’t exist while running
`yarn build`. See Configuration for more information.
These are some extensions that improve the aestetics of Visual Studio:
To make Indent Guides behave similar to Visual Studio Code, highlighting has to be set to “Current line”. Dainty can be configured to include settings for Indent Guides which both sets this option and all indentation colors.
Better Comments has default settings that lead to uneven spacing. This can be fixed by setting Size Offset to
0 and Opacity to
1. Tokens can be disabled by setting each value to a UUID.
I currently do not recommend using Line Press as its line spacings can be unpredictable. If you are using WSL then you can use
font-line to modify the line spacing of fonts. For Fira Code, somewhere around 50% might work.
Design and development by Alexander Teinum.
Dainty is licensed under the MIT License.