Set OSX Tags (green, red, orange, etc..) as Project Folder

Anyone knows if there’s a way to set an osx tag (for example “red”) as a Project Folder on the sidebar of your Atom?

In order to have all the wordpress theme in one location without browse the entire folders every time for example!

My workflow is to use project-viewer package (right panel) where you can define icons, colours, groups, nested groups. projects.

When you click on a link in project-viewer this loads into the Project panel (tree-view, left panel). I find that this gives me more control.

Thanks for your reply :slight_smile: but it’s not exactly what I’m looking for.
I just need to find a way to add the tags to the left panel in order to have dynamic project folders.

If you prefer to just stick with Projects panel (tree-view) then I think you are missing the utility of project-viewer. However I offer some snippets from styles.less (stylesheet) I use to tinker with the style on tree-view. I have commented out some test settings. Tinker with your own settings. I now favour project-viewer styling.

// ====================
// tree-view settings
// ====================

.tree-view {

  // background-color: whitesmoke;
  // margin-left: -0.4rem;
}

.tree-view {
  font-size: 12px; // tree-view font size
                   // to make contents more readable
  // background-color:teal!important;
}

.tree-view .list-tree div.list-item {
  padding-left: 0px;
}

// set folder colour #00F3FF from gpick

span.icon {
  margin-left: -0.4rem;
    &::before {
      //width: 0.6rem;
    }

    color: whitesmoke; // use gpick .. bold whitesmoke folders and text
                       // to make contents more readable
}

// ============================

Thank you :pray:

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