|Open source software developer from Santa Cruz, CA.|
I have been using Atom as my go-to editor for a little while now and also been developing a few packages, and though I enjoy many of Atom's "hackable" aspects, I've found it can be tedious to look through the files of a large project as different file-types can be difficult to discern. In response, I've created these icons to be tastefully unique to enable users to navigate projects with ease.
I originally made this icon collection for my own use, but after a few others showed interest I thought I might as well share them for anyone looking to customize their files. I'm currently finishing up some more file-type icons, so if you like these, check back soon!
Also, If you'd like to request an icon for a new file-type, make sure to submit your suggestions here, with an "enhancement" label.
I'll do my best to fulfill any submitted icon requests, but also feel free to create/modify/contribute your own using the tools provided here.
Using these icons on OS X is fairly easy, just repeat the steps used to replace an application icon. Yet, modifying the filetype icons on Windows usually requires third-party tools. Personally, I have had fairly consistent experience using FileTypesMan, though feel free to leave a comment below if you have knowledge of a better resource.