Adding Custom Syntax Definitions, Themes, and Templates¶
You can also add custom file templates that appear in the file creation screen.
Add the Special Folder Called “#Textastic”¶
- Go to the Local Files root folder
- Tap the + button in the bottom toolbar
- Choose Folder and enter
#Textasticas the Folder Name
- Tap Done
Make sure the newly created folder has a special icon as seen in the screenshot below. The name of the folder (“#Textastic”) is case sensitive.
Add Custom Syntax Definitions and Themes¶
Move your Sublime Text 3 packages, TextMate bundles and theme files into the newly created directory (see Moving, Copying, and Renaming Files and Folders).
Sublime Text 3 packages are simple folders without a special file extension.
TextMate bundles are folders with a
.tmbundle file extension.
Theme files have a
.tmTheme file extension.
Templates have the file extension
The new files are loaded on application startup. Please restart the app for changes to take effect.
- Double-click the Home button on your iOS device to bring up the app switcher
- Swipe up Textastic to close the app