Most of the time when typing I’m pretty happy just doing that. But today I thought about it a bit and my colorscheme I realized I was hoping could do more. So today I updated my Vim colorscheme for the first time in two years. I came across some very nice ones. Here are a few of them. (Click image to visit their websites.)
This is the colorscheme I decided on for when I like a dark background, and I customized it a bit:
" Vim colorscheme customizations: jellybeans highlight Normal ctermbg=323232 highlight Normal ctermbg=303030 highlight CursorLine ctermbg=238 highlight Visual ctermbg=240
This colorscheme is what I’m going to use for awhile. Because I spend a lot of daytime at the terminal, this colorscheme works well for the eyes. I like it quite a bit.
I also made a few edits for this one:
" Vim colorscheme customizations: pencil set background=light " override dark as colorscheme forces highlight CursorColumn ctermbg=255 highlight CursorLine ctermbg=255 highlight Normal ctermbg=none highlight IncSearch ctermfg=197 ctermbg=none highlight Search ctermfg=199 ctermbg=none
Thank you to all the colorscheme designers who have helped my editing out.