This is a port of the popular Neon Color Scheme for Sublime Text to the Atom editor. I've removed all the grossly Sublime-specific stuff like SublimeLinter and AAAPackageDev scopes, just because they aren't necessary, but I haven't done too much fiddling at this point, other than to tweak how selections look. I'm fairly new to Atom, so bear with me as I learn how to do things better. This is also my first real foray into LESS, so I'm learning all sorts of things as I go here.
background-colorset, the various
@selectionselectors just don't work - for example, open this file in Atom, and try to select a regular word. See how pretty that looks? Now, try to select part of or the whole URL for one of the links in the first section - you don't see a thing. Is there any way to fix that?
@yellow, etc., but I don't know where they're defined or how to change them. Any guesses?
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Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.