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Dark mode or Night modes are getting very popular these days, If you have used IDEs like IntelliJ or VSCode then you must be used to their default dark themes, if you are wondering how to enable dark mode in Eclipse IDE, here is how you can do it,

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Darkest Dark Theme for a Total Eclipse. That modern dark UI you always wished the Eclipse IDE had is available for free, right now. We are pleased to introduce the recently released Darkest Dark theme for the Eclipse IDE. This is a fresh new theme designed from the ground up to give you the sharpest contrast and a new set of flat. Mac OS X & Eclipse Mars (4.5.0) The format of Mac OS X applications has changed in Eclipse Mars to make Eclipse and Eclipse-based applications look more like native OS X applications. This format change was done in a way that is not backwards compatible, however SDC can work around this issue and will not put your users into a broken state. An ergonomic theme for the Eclipse Java IDE on Windows 10 and Mac OS X. Attuned to lessen visual fatigue and eyestrain Presents a clean and low-glare look and feel Based on well balanced. This plugin has been tested with the main Eclipse Development Tool packages on Linux distributions, Windows and OSX and with the following Eclipse releases: Luna (4.4) Kepler (4.3.x) Juno (4.2.x) It works best with a dark system theme since currently the look of some GUI widgets cannot be overriden directly in Eclipse.

Enable Eclipse Dark Mode On Windows Operating System:

  1. Open Eclipse IDE
  2. Go to Menu Option: Window (Keyboard shortcut: press Alt + W)
  3. Select Preferences (Keyboard shortcut: press P)
  4. Under General go to Appearance, check the checkbox: Enable theming (requires restart)
  5. Now under Themes drop down select a dark theme: Dark
  6. Click Apply, you would get a message: 'A restart is required for the theme change to take full effect'
    Theme Change requries a restart
  7. Click OK
  8. Close Preferences window and restart your Eclispe IDE
  9. You must be in the dark mode/theme now!
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Enable Eclipse Dark Mode On macOS (MacBooks, Mac Mini's or iMac's):

  1. Open Eclipse Application
  2. Go to Menu Option: Eclipse -> General -> Preferences (Keyboard shortcut: press Command ⌘ + ,)
  3. Under Appearance check the checkbox: Enable theming (requires restart)
  4. Now under Themes drop down select a dark theme: Dark
  5. Click Apply & OK
  6. Restart your Eclispe

⚡️ You can choose from other themes such as: Dark, Dark [Linux], Dark [Mac OS X], Light, Light [Linux], Light [Mac OS X]

To get back to default theme, follow the same steps and select theme Classic


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A fork of this plugin has been donated and merged in the main Eclipse platform repository. Starting from Eclipse Luna, you'll find it preinstalled as the new default dark theme of Eclipse!
You can use this repository to get the latest development version.

Requirements

  • Eclipse 4.2+

Installation

  • Eclipse Marketplace:
    ← Drag this button to your Eclipse workbench to install;
  • Update site:

    Or download this plugin by using Help > Install New Software... and add the update site:

  • Manual:

    Or download moonrise_0.8.9.jar package and put it into your Eclipse dropinsplugins folder;

  • Restart Eclipse and go to Window > Preferences > General > Appearance;

  • Select MoonRise (standalone) or, for a little better tabs decoration, install Eclipse 4 Chrome Theme from marketplace or from here and select MoonRise;

  • Rest your eyes ;)

Syntax highlighting scheme:

You can find the one used in the screenshot here:

  • RainbowDrops.epf (most accurate and with wider support for plugins, download and import it with Eclipse built-in Preferences import: File > Import... then select General > Preferences);

  • or RainbowDrops.xml (download and import it with Eclipse Color Theme Plugin);

  • or here;

Fine-tuning:

There are some settings that can be changed only from the Eclipse Preferences window and that override the theme's settings by default:

  • Change the colors for Content Assist:

    Go to Window > Preferences > General > Appearance > Colors and Fonts then change the colors for Basic > Content Assist background color and Basic > Content Assist foreground color (eg. foreground color: #DDD, background color: #333);

  • Change the colors for Console:

    Go to Window > Preferences > Run/Debug > Console and modify the colors as you like (eg. Standard Out text color: #DDD, Background color: #333);

  • Change the colors for Javadoc:

    Go to Window > Preferences > General > Appearance > Colors and Fonts then change the colors for Java > Javadoc view background. Note that the foreground color cannot be changed and depends on system font color.

Trouble-shooting:

ProblemSolution
The font of the title of the tabs is differentEnsure that on your machine is installed Segoe Print font then open the downloaded jar package with an archive explorer, open /themes/css/moonrise-ui-standalone.css, search for any occurrencies of font-family property and change its value to Segoe Print (or what ever you prefer), then save/update the jar archive.
The size of the title of the tabs is differentEclipse does not scale it with a DPI-Aware policy. Open the jar package downloaded with a file archiver, open /themes/css/moonrise-ui-standalone.css, search for font-size property and modify its value according to your needs.
The label of the checkboxes has a color difficult to readIt's related to a SWT bug, use a system theme that has lighter font color for buttons.
The text of the buttons has a color difficult to read (MAC-OSX)It's related to a SWT bug, try this 'patched' version if you have this issue (no more needed for v0.8.4+).
After updating the plugin, it isn't loaded as expectedEclipse seems to use some sorts of internal resources caching that don't work always very well. To ensure that it's not an issue related to the new plugin version, create a new workspace and import your projects here, or try with a freshly downloaded Eclipse release.

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Notes:

Currently this theme uses the CSS-SWT engine introduced in the 4.2 version of the Eclipse Platform and should provide a dark style for each GUI widget that can be handled with the last version of the Eclipse SDK. This plugin has been tested with the main Eclipse Development Tool packages on Linux distributions, Windows and OSX and with the following Eclipse releases:

  • Luna (4.4)
  • Kepler (4.3.x)
  • Juno (4.2.x)

It works best with a dark system theme since currently the look of some GUI widgets cannot be overriden directly in Eclipse. The more noticeable issues related to SWT are the ScrollBar widgets, the Table headers/lines and the arrows to fold/unfold contents that cannot be styled. As minor issues there are Button background color on Windows and OSX that cannot be customized (on Windows checkboxes/radio controls do not inherit font color) and some other little bugs related to the CSS engine that makes the customizations harder and unwieldy. Aside from that, the theme currently might not look perfect on each platform, but should be fully useable on all of them. The Eclipse CSS engine is still under improvement.

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License

Mac Theme For Eclipse Theme

This is open source software, licensed under the Eclipse Public License. See the file COPYING for details.