night-owlish - πŸŒ™πŸ¦‰ A tmThemes, Ace editor, and RStudio adaptation of @sdras' Night Owl VS Code theme…

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Theme for Ace editor generated using .tmtheme import instructions found here (plus some manual modifications to .css file). Theme for RStudio IDE generated using the theme importer in RStudio daily build, with modifications to .rstheme file.

https://github.com/batpigandme/night-owlish

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