I recently stumble across a evolutionary note taking app called Obsidian . So I have migrated my design from my Typora theme Obsidian to Obsidian. Amazing right? We used the same name!
So I have made a new name for my theme in Obsidian, let’s call it
This theme focused on generating the feel of obsidian in the galaxy. It has futuristic neon colorings, as well as having the feel of “Obsidian” power.
Hope you all note takers out there likes it. Happy note taking!
- Recommended font: Rubik (which is a free google font, can be downloaded here)
- Optional font: OperatorMonoSSmLig-Book (Yes this is a paid font, works better with the theme, but not a must, if you have it. Make sure you install it on your computer. )
- This theme is designed on MacOS, haven’t being testing on Windows. If anyone bump into any problems in Windows, let me know in the comments!
This theme also includes a few special styled tags (You can change them if you use a different set of special tags.)
- working-draft —— For those things that you still want to continue work on or refractor on.
- notes —— For tagging daily notes or temporary notes.
- knowledge —— For tagging notes that stores into our permanent knowledge, aka “Permanent Notes”
- article —— I also store articles I wrote about in my knowledge database, so I use this for those articles that I wrote.
- ideas —— For tagging ideas and thoughts.
Latest Changes —— Nov 17, 2020
- Taking the suggesting from the community, removing the clutter free editor mode’s headings
h1, h2, h3, now just hide the
- Fixed the clutter free editor mode for list that are not displaying correctly if spaces are added in front or at the back of the
- Fixed the clutter free editor mode destroyed the display of numbers for ordered lists.