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    I really like the idea behind the theme and the general feel.

    For my personal taste, as a text editor theme, the background is a little too light and the comments are barely visible. And I say that as someone who uses Solarized.

    These things are highly subjective of course, and also depend on what room you’re in, what time of day, and what display.

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      For my personal taste, as a text editor theme, the background is a little too light and the comments are barely visible.

      The emacs theme deals with this by adding nord-comment-brightness.

      I think I’m finally going to replace Zenburn (my previous all-time favourite theme)!

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        Personally, I’ve tweaked my nofrils-like theme for emacs using these colors.

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      The theme is nice, but with all the effort put into this, all the logos and all the branding does make it appear somewhat too commercial, imo.

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        Given I don’t have to pay for it and haven’t seen any ads, it seems more professional to me than commercial.

        It does seem like an awful lot of effort to put into an editor theme. Better than the other end of the spectrum where someone builds a theme for their editor and then implementations for other editors get released with varying, often poor, quality.

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        I’m sure this design works for some people, but I had an intense negative, almost depressed reaction to it.

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          I, for one, enjoy the scheme. I think the Sublime Text theme isn’t working, however. The package link for that port goes to a 404.