[Lvlug] Changing color scheme in vim
fingolfin at thelinuxlink.net
Wed Apr 14 13:45:47 EDT 2004
On Wed, 14 Apr 2004, Ricardo SIGNES wrote:
> * dann at thelinuxlink.net [2004-04-14T10:10:49]
> > Is there an easy way to set the default color scheme in vim? Or is thi=
> > only possible with gvim? That is, will vim always take on the color
> > scheme of the terminal it was called from?
> Absolutely. You can change the color scheme in Vim with the
> :colorscheme command. Of course, you need to be in a color terminal.
> Make sure your terminal type is color. A common mistake is to think
> that xterm is color. It isn't, make sure you've got xterm-color if
> you're in a color-capable xterm
Awesome. :colorscheme elflord is now in my .vimrc and makes text so much
more legible in color.
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