you know you've chosen a good color palette when colorhexa tells you every single color in it is "very soft"

@eritbh are you making a color palette that describes you

@jay39 working on my personal vs code theme, so yeah i guess so

@eritbh oh cool, I'd love to see it when its done, I just use the default dark theme now I think.

@jay39 i've posted a bit about it before but i'm finally starting to settle on highlighting colors I like (for JS at least) - still need to tweak some of the punctuation styling and parameter colors and also test it with languages that aren't javascript

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