Godot Engine Script Editor Theme
3.8 | 5 Votes
What is a TET file?
The Godot Engine, more commonly referred to as just Godot, is an open-source game engine that developers can use to create 2D and 3D video games. The Godot Integrated Development Environment (IDE) includes a number of tools developers use to develop, package, and deploy games, including the Godot script editor.
The Godot script editor is an integrated text editor developers use to create and edit scripts included in their games. If a developer wants to change the way the script editor highlights scripts' syntax (i.e. the colors the script editor uses to highlight declarations, commands, and functions), they can do so by applying a different theme to the script editor. Godot script editor themes are saved in TET files, which are stored in the following locations on users' PCs:
- Linux: ~/.config/godot/text_editor_themes
- macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/Godot/
- Windows: %APPDATA%\Godot\text_editor_themes\
How do I change the Godot script editor's theme?
Godot's default installation includes a number of TET files, which can be used to apply different syntax themes to the Godot script editor. To change your Godot script editor theme, select Editor → Editor Settings → Text Editor from Godot's menu bar. Then, select the theme you want to apply to the script editor.
How to open a TET file
Because TET files are plain text files, you can open and edit them in any text editor, including:
Opening a TET file in a text editor allows you to adjust the Godot script editor theme settings it contains. For example, you can change the theme's background color by editing its background_color setting. Note that Godot themes use 8-character RGBA color codes.
To use a custom TET file with the Godot script editor, you must either manually place the file in the folder your version of Godot uses to store script editor themes, or you must import the file in the script editor by selecting File → Import Theme.
Programs that open or reference TET files
Textease CT Template
2.0 | 2 Votes
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