Pubster for Atom


While I may have posted about Tubster for Atom previously, I consider Pubster to effectively be a brand new theme in terms of its relation to Tubster. With brand new support for language-markdown, which is my opinion is a better language package than the stock GFM language. language-markdown for example actually handles footnotes properly, where GFM just kinda fails and makes it look bad.

In addition, the 1.0 release of Pubster has tweaked colors which are now WCAG AA compliant. If you don’t know what this means, that’s okay. The short answer is that there is significantly better contrast and readability of the text onscreen. In addition to that, I also changed the line color highlight to match its inspiration, which also is in my opinion, less distracting than the red I was previously using.

Get it at pubster-syntax.

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