Scrivener 3 Themes (macOS)

I’ll try to recreate most of my themes, once the beta is closer to done. We’ll need something to start the new thread off with, anyway. :slight_smile:


I’m back at it with another theme! This time, it’s a Midnight Blue dark mode look that I love.

It’s available as a free download resource for subscribers.

Here’s more information on how to get it: … -resource/.

And if you want my blush theme too, here you go! They’re installed the same way. … -resource/

I’m back with another free theme, this time a slate blue! Feel free to check it out here: … -resource/

Thanks! I had to add a category for you in the theme index section. :laughing:

Note: The stars background is my desktop wallpaper.
Starry Sky.stheme (103 KB)

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Note - Background is my desktop wallpaper
Farmhouse.stheme (85.1 KB)

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Note; Background is my desktop wallpaper.
Shades of Grey.stheme (83.7 KB)

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Download here —>

Thanks for posting your themes! It’s nice to see some winter/cool toned variants. I’ve updated the index on page one.

My pleasure. Thank you!

Oh, looks great, thanks

Ayu Mirage

Ayu Bright

Solarized Night

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These look amazing! Given that Srivener 3 for windows is on the horizon, is there any way of using these on the windows version? Thanks in advance!

Excellent work. This has become my go-to because it reminds me of my days editing on a 9" mac box. Believe me, that’s a good thing.

Thanks for your work!

I’m back at it with my fourth free Scrivener theme!

Here’s the blog post explaining how to access it: … -resource/

Just in time for Spring! Thanks for posting your latest.

Here’s a dark theme I customized. Helped to improve my productivity loads and my eyes didn’t grow as tired. Download link below!

JR’s Darker Theme.stheme (213 KB)

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Very good, but in the Outline view text color of synopsis is dark and it is impossible to read it.

Ahh I see, thanks for bringing it to my attention. It’s not perfect, so feel free to change it up to whatever suits your needs :slight_smile: