Sublime Text already supports Retina displays on OS X, however it seems that the story is currently a bit different on Windows.
Update – Monday, November 14, 2016: To make this a whole lot easier, I’ve forked buymeasoda/soda-theme into moodmosaic/soda-theme. If you clone moodmosaic/soda-theme, it will show nicely on Retina displays on Windows.
You experience fuzzy fonts when using Sublime Text with Retina displays on Windows, even after updating to a newer version of Sublime Text.
- Navigate to the theme’s root folder
- Search for images matching the pattern
- Copy and paste each image, in-place, by removing the @2x part from the filename, thus replacing any existing one.
If done manually, this can take some time. – Here is a way to automate this with F#:
Save the following F# program to a file:
- Before opening Sublime Text, add the compiler and F# Interactive executables’ folder to PATH. – On my machine they are located in C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\F#\x.x\Framework\vx.x.
- Open Sublime Text
- Install SublimeREPL.
- Go to Tools > SublimeREPl > F#
- In the F# Interactive prompt type,
#I @"X:\Tools", followed by
You should see something like:
open Sublime.Text.Windows, execute the
patch function by supplying a value for
Default Theme is .zipped in
\Packages\Theme - Default.sublime-package and has to be unzipped first, patched, and then zipped back again.
Enjoy Sublime Text with Retina displays on Windows!