I would recommend you to reconsider - a proper ide (which Sublime Text at least does not seem to be from my cursory examination) is an invaluable assistance, especially if you are relatively new. And even more so when you are not new and your projects grow to anything above trivial.
@dejaime, well... I'm extremely (really) picky when it comes to colors. I can't stand writing code in a white background, and I like to just get my hands dirty when I'm learning something. All the IDEs I tried (well, CB, VC and DC, don't know any others), kind of got in the way of it. There's always something that needs to be set or some intricacy that needs to be understood (i.e., project templates, MS's main() arguments), or otherwise something that doesn't work for very specific reasons. I've been away from C++ for years because of this. Also, they clutter my hard drive with project folders (VS is particularly unorganized, it mixes projects from all apps in one folder by default) when all I want at this point is a source file to experiment with. When learning the basics, I need a basic setup to get right down to it and keep me focused and without obstacles.
I would recommend Visual Studio 2013 (for desktops, express edition - ie. free). Its coloring scheme is highly customizable - comes even with a "dark" theme as a preset option (or a starting point for your own customizations).
Syntax coloring options include separation of: global/local/member/static-member variables, namespaces/classes/enums/types, static/non-static member functions, macros etc...
Intellisense can also automatically pick up and mark with red-wiggles most errors without the need to compile and its hover-tooltips, as you will see below, are quite informative.
An example of my, slightly altered from default, coloring (i prefer white - used to prefer dark when i first started out ~20y ago):
edit: Uh, what, why the downvote? That makes no sense.