Do You Consider Visual Studio Bland And Boring?
Ever felt that the act of writing code is boring? Not talking about coming up with the hows and whats, but instead that each individual key press itself isn’t thrilling at all.
“Isn’t that how it is supposed to be?” I hear some of you ask, but the short answer would be: “Only if you want it want it to, sure.”
Well, this little plugin will help you with just that. Brighten up your Visual Studio application (maybe even too much…)
Oh and don’t worry, it is completely tweak-able and FREE to boot, so give it a shot!
Meet Power Mode For Visual Studio, a powerful replica of a plugin once only available to the Atom Editor.
Ensure every single key press overflows with POWER and reflects your coding DETERMINATION.
(And don’t worry, you can always disable the shaking or reduce the particle amount if this is too overwhelming :P)
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Don’t know when you will end up reading this, but this was written on Jan. 1 2018. With that in mind…
Please take this plugin with you and start full power your new year 🙂
Which, also concludes the first post of the year! And you know how this goes…
Thank you very much for reading my blog :3
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