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#201 2012-04-08 23:18:10

wolfcore
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Totally different than my last post; been running this for a couple weeks now.
Si3Bb.png

URxvt*foreground: #CCCCCC
URxvt*background: #111111
!black
*color0: #222222
*color8: #666666
!red
*color1: #E84F4F
*color9: #D23D3D
!green
*color2: #B7CE42
*color10: #BDE077
!yellow
*color3: #FEA63C
*color11: #FFE863
!blue
*color4: #66A9B9
*color12: #AACCBB
!magenta
*color5: #B7416E
*color13: #E16A98
!cyan
*color6: #6D878D
*color14: #42717B
!white
*color7: #CCCCCC
*color15: #FFFFFF

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#202 2012-05-05 02:05:13

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Here is my terminal color after playing with it for a while.

1hLY4fa4897a906fb.png

*foreground:     #EDEDED
*background:     #131300
!black
*color0:         #2E3436
*color8:         #555753
!red
*color1:         #993C3C
*color9:         #BF4141
!green
*color2:         #3C993C
*color10:        #41BF41
!brown/yellow
*color3:         #99993C
*color11:        #BFBF41
!blue
*color4:         #3C6199
*color12:        #4174FB
!magenta
*color5:         #993C99
*color13:        #BF41BF
!cyan
*color6:         #3C9999
*color14:        #41BFBF
!white
*color7:         #D3D7CF
*color15:        #E3E3E3

Last edited by whiterock (2012-05-05 11:41:32)

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#203 2012-05-05 11:43:08

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

I have default colors /

Last edited by linda02 (2013-06-30 19:01:09)

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#204 2012-05-06 09:39:32

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Low contrast «Zenburn»
URxvt with Zenburn

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#205 2012-06-15 20:39:10

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Finally took the plunge and abandoned XFCE's Terminal in favour of urxvt. Here's my first colour scheme, built around #3399FF, a blue I found a little while ago. I think it looks gorgeous in action, so feel free to give it a whirl. My font, incidentally, is "xft:inconsolata:size=9" and looking much cleaner in urxvt than it did in Terminal.

softlo
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! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
! file:     ~/.Xresources-softlo
! author:   Miblo - http://miblodelcarpio.blog.co.uk/
! modified: 2012-06-15
! vim:fenc=utf-8:nu:ai:si:et:ts=4:sw=4:ft=xdefaults:
! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

*background:            #000000
*foreground:            #FFFFFF
*fading:                40
*fadeColor:             #000000
*cursorColor:           #33FF33
*pointerColorBackground:#99FF33
*pointerColorForeground:#000000

!! blacks: Black / Dark grey
*color0:                #000000
*color8:                #3D3D3D
!! reds: Strong red / Light brilliant red
*color1:                #B80000
*color9:                #FF3333
!! greens: Light brilliant green / Light brilliant chartreuse green
*color2:                #33FF33
*color10:               #99FF33
!! yellows: Light brilliant orange / Light brilliant yellow
*color3:                #FF9933
*color11:               #FFFF33
!! blues: Light brilliant blue / Light brilliant azure
*color4:                #3333FF
*color12:               #3399FF
!! magentas: Light brilliant magenta / Light brilliant violet
*color5:                #FF33FF
*color13:               #9933FF
!! cyans: Light brilliant cyan / Very light cyan
*color6:                #33FFFF
*color14:               #99FFFF
!! whites: Cosmic latte / White
*color7:                #FFF8E7
*color15:               #FFFFFF

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#206 2012-06-17 00:28:08

kuraku
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

xS0AC.png

!! simple_rainbow
*background:  #575757
*foreground:  #dcdccc

!black
*color0:      #666666
*color8:      #888888
!red
*color1:      #ff8278
*color9:      #ff8278
!green
*color2:      #bde077
*color10:     #bde077
!yellow
*color3:      #eadc84
*color11:     #eadc84
!blue
*color4:      #77bee0
*color12:     #77bee0
!magenta
*color5:      #dd91f3
*color13:     #dd91f3
!cyan
*color6:      #ffc178
*color14:     #ffc178
!white
*color7:      #dddddd
*color15:     #cccccc

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#207 2012-06-17 02:50:38

Doomcide
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

some neon
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#208 2012-06-17 07:50:59

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

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#209 2012-06-17 08:31:40

nXqd
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

It's a bit off topic but I want to know your current eyes' condition big_smile The small is tiny XD D


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#210 2012-06-17 09:21:20

dmz
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

that's plenty man

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#211 2012-06-17 15:51:08

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

If you redefine all those colors, do you have to adjust your vim colorschemes also?

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#212 2012-06-21 07:47:55

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Stalafin wrote:

If you redefine all those colors, do you have to adjust your vim colorschemes also?

No, vim is not Xresources aware.

Btw as this thread is still active I will post here. I created http://xcolors.net/ to showcase Xresources color schemes.
If you want to contribute any color schemes there follow the instructions here. Cheers.


.: github :.

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#213 2012-06-21 08:51:35

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

vim colorschemes, can be Xresources aware. My c00kiez colorscheme for vim, maps to the terminal colors and uses those for vim. That means, if I change a color from Xresources, then the vim colorscheme also changes. This maybe not be exactly what you asked, but you get the point.

btw, nice resource tasos, thanks for the link

Last edited by c00kiemon5ter (2012-06-21 08:52:24)


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#214 2012-06-21 09:25:47

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

c00kiemon5ter wrote:

vim colorschemes, can be Xresources aware.

By default?

c00kiemon5ter wrote:

My c00kiez colorscheme for vim, maps to the terminal colors and uses those for vim. That means, if I change a color from Xresources, then the vim colorscheme also changes. This maybe not be exactly what you asked, but you get the point.

This is nice!!


.: github :.

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#215 2012-06-21 09:54:54

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

no, not by default, it depends on the colorscheme. If you use direct values, ie

hi Comment       ctermfg=56
hi Number        ctermfg=153
" etc

then the colors are unaffected, from changes to your terminal colorscheme.
but if you use color names, and more accurately the color names used by the terminal then the color will change as you change the terminal colorscheme, ie

hi Comment       ctermfg=Magenta
hi Number        ctermfg=DarkGreen
" etc

now, depending on how many colors one uses on the terminal, you can have

Dark<color-name>                for the first 8 colors, those work even on a console/tty
example: 'hi Comment DarkRed' is same as \e[0;31m or $(tput setaf 1)

Dark<color-name> cterm=bold     for the next 8 colors, those also work on a console/tty
example: 'hi Comment DarkRed cterm=bold' is same as \e[1;31m or $(tput bold; tput setaf 1) 

<color-name>                    without the 'Dark' prefix, those will not work on the console/tty
example: 'hi Comment Red' is same as $(tput setaf 9)

and then you have the 256 colors that come with vim, using direct values, which wont work the console/tty too, because consoles/tty only support 8 colors, plus 8 "bold" colors. but, most people dont use consoles/ttys nowdays, so you dont have to worry about it.
I use them, so I created that colorscheme to work wherever I am, and as it matches my terminal colorscheme, I dont have to maintain two separate colorschemes.


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#216 2012-06-21 10:06:35

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

201206211100371920x1080.png

! black
URxvt*color0  : #2E3436
URxvt*color8  : #555753
! red
URxvt*color1  : #CC0000
URxvt*color9  : #EF2929
! green
URxvt*color2  : #4E9A06
URxvt*color10 : #8AE234
! yellow
URxvt*color3  : #C4A000
URxvt*color11 : #FCE94F
! blue
URxvt*color4  : #3465A4
URxvt*color12 : #729FCF
! magenta
URxvt*color5  : #75507B
URxvt*color13 : #AD7FA8
! cyan
URxvt*color6  : #06989A
URxvt*color14 : #34E2E2
! white
URxvt*color7  : #D3D7CF
URxvt*color15 : #EEEEEC

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#217 2012-06-21 16:23:24

dmz
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

c00kiemon5ter wrote:

no, not by default, it depends on the colorscheme. If you use direct values, ie

hi Comment       ctermfg=56
hi Number        ctermfg=153
" etc

then the colors are unaffected, from changes to your terminal colorscheme.

I'm pretty sure you know this but it seems others don't... The colorscheme is the same on all this pictures: http://japh.se/manxterm.htm

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#218 2012-06-21 21:42:49

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

dmz wrote:
c00kiemon5ter wrote:

no, not by default, it depends on the colorscheme. If you use direct values, ie

hi Comment       ctermfg=56
hi Number        ctermfg=153
" etc

then the colors are unaffected, from changes to your terminal colorscheme.

I'm pretty sure you know this but it seems others don't... The colorscheme is the same on all this pictures: http://japh.se/manxterm.htm

But doesn't this disprove what c00kiemons5ter said? I have quickly glimpsed over that neverland.vim colorscheme, and all of the definitions there have values between 0 and 255.

I always find it very annoying that every time I want to try out a new nice ViM colorscheme, I also need to search for a fitting .Xdefaults.


EDIT: Well, if somebody could suggest how to better synchronize vim and Xdefaults/Xresources colorschemes, I'd appreciate that. smile

Last edited by Stalafin (2012-06-23 11:59:41)

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#219 2012-06-25 19:40:50

dmz
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Stalafin wrote:

But doesn't this disprove what c00kiemons5ter said?

Yes - I had a feeling he knew better and that the words just came out in the
wrong order or something. Now I've read it again and I'll take the time
to explain a few things.

c00kiemon5ter wrote:

no, not by default, it depends on the colorscheme. If you use direct
values, ie

hi Comment       ctermfg=56
hi Number        ctermfg=153
" etc

then the colors are unaffected, from changes to your terminal colorscheme.

This is not true.

Exercise: apply your suggested :highlights above, and do:

printf '\e]4;56;#ff0000\a\e]4;153;green\a'

The link I posted earlier should've made this pretty clear.
There's currently a maximum of 256 colors that can be used
simultaneously in the terminal.

Of course vim is affected if you modify those. Just as a colorscheme
made for 8/16 color terminals will look different depending on how the
user have their ANSI color definitions set up, so will a colorscheme
that's using the extended colors if a user happen to have modifed those.

c00kiemon5ter wrote:

and then you have the 256 colors that come with vim, using direct values

There's no colors 'that come with vim'.
The color values are defined in the terminal source code.
The number we are using in vim is only the index, 0-15 is ANSI colors,
16-255 is the extended set. Vim has no idea what those colors really
are, and it can't, either.

What it does, however, is guesswork. Very, very badly.
It's defining a map, below, so that if a color value is given as a
string instead on a direct index, depending on what the terminal claims
to support, the most appropriate index will be used.
This is wrong, wrong, wrong because it relies on what's hardcoded in
xterm by default and using this way to specify colors should be avoided, since
it's more confusing seeing something specified as 'green' while it's clearly
purple than it is to lookup the actual index.

    static char *(color_names[28]) = {
          "Black", "DarkBlue", "DarkGreen", "DarkCyan",
          "DarkRed", "DarkMagenta", "Brown", "DarkYellow",
          "Gray", "Grey",
          "LightGray", "LightGrey", "DarkGray", "DarkGrey",
          "Blue", "LightBlue", "Green", "LightGreen",
          "Cyan", "LightCyan", "Red", "LightRed", "Magenta",
          "LightMagenta", "Yellow", "LightYellow", "White", "NONE"};
    static int color_numbers_16[28] = {0, 1, 2, 3,
             4, 5, 6, 6,
             7, 7,
             7, 7, 8, 8,
             9, 9, 10, 10,
             11, 11, 12, 12, 13,
             13, 14, 14, 15, -1};
    /* for xterm with 88 colors... */
    static int color_numbers_88[28] = {0, 4, 2, 6,
             1, 5, 32, 72,
             84, 84,
             7, 7, 82, 82,
             12, 43, 10, 61,
             14, 63, 9, 74, 13,
             75, 11, 78, 15, -1};
    /* for xterm with 256 colors... */
    static int color_numbers_256[28] = {0, 4, 2, 6,
             1, 5, 130, 130,
             248, 248,
             7, 7, 242, 242,
             12, 81, 10, 121,
             14, 159, 9, 224, 13,
             225, 11, 229, 15, -1};
    /* for terminals with less than 16 colors... */
    static int color_numbers_8[28] = {0, 4, 2, 6,
             1, 5, 3, 3,
             7, 7,
             7, 7, 0+8, 0+8,
             4+8, 4+8, 2+8, 2+8,
             6+8, 6+8, 1+8, 1+8, 5+8,
             5+8, 3+8, 3+8, 7+8, -1};
Stalafin wrote:

I always find it very annoying that every time I want to try out a new
nice ViM colorscheme, I also need to search for a fitting .Xdefaults.

But surely this is not because the author are using modified extended
colors, but that the colorscheme itself is using the ANSI colors (which
you *and* him have modified)?

Now, this is usually not such a big issue because most people doesn't
even know that it is possible to modify anything but the ANSI colors (at
runtime), so they don't. Here's where I thought cookie knew this, but maybe
not so.

Now I'm going to answer your original question Stalafin smile

Stalafin wrote:

If you redefine all those colors, do you have to adjust your vim
colorschemes also?

Since you now know I'm only using what I've written myself,  I'm also the one
in charge so I can do whatever I want. wink
But, not really - I'm very selective with what I modify in the extended
colorset - what I have changed are colors that I'll never use for
anything, or that's so ugly that I simply had to do something about it.


Did I clear things up a bit?

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#220 2012-06-25 20:18:51

c00kiemon5ter
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

yeah, I should have known better, I've even used colocoke.
What I wanted to say, is that I've observed that the 16 colors - the 'Dark<color>' and 'Dark<color> cterm=bold' - will always (at least here) map to the 16 colors set for the terminal colorscheme (\e0;3Xm and \e1;3Xm). So having a vim colorscheme based only on those colors, will change according to (and match) your terminal colorscheme changes.
As dmz said, this scales to 256 colors too, ofcourse, as you can change all 256 colors to what you like (dah), but most people dont go that far. I only use 16 colors on my terminal.
So if you haven't changed the extended colors and the vim colorscheme doesnt contain the above colors (the ones that map to the colors the terminal colorscheme uses) the vim colorscheme should appear the same.


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#221 2012-07-06 17:46:45

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

hi, I just found this page where you can look at different color schemes and color palettes to get your own color schemes for your .Xresources. It's fun trying different colors out:

http://www.colorcombos.com/combolibrary.html

Last edited by andmars (2012-07-06 17:47:07)

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#222 2012-07-12 20:46:52

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

euphrasia.png

! vim:ft=xdefaults
! euphrasia v. 1.0
! by bohoomil

! Xresources
!URxvt*background:	#000C1A
!URxvt*foreground:	#ACB4BF
!URxvt*cursorColor:	#335A80

! fg/bg for Xorg apps
*background:	#CFCFD9
*foreground:	#1C2027

! black
*color0:	#192033
*color8:	#666666
! red
*color1:	#A62A3E
*color9:	#F04758
! green
*color2:	#38912B
*color10:	#93C724
! yellow
*color3:	#B27D12
*color11:	#DDB62B
! blue
*color4:	#355C9A
*color12:	#45A3E6
! magenta
*color5:	#7C4F9F
*color13:	#C953EF
! cyan
*color6:	#258F8F
*color14:	#60C6C8
! white
*color7:	#77858C
*color15:	#C0C0C0

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#223 2012-08-21 11:20:31

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Hi guys! I think this will end this topic: http://ciembor.github.com/4bit/ smile. In the top right corner there is a button generating .Xresources file. Please, share it if you like the idea. You may also digg this on reddit or hacker news:

http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4412109
http://www.reddit.com/r/geek/comments/y … stomizing/

Thanks, and enjoy! smile

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#224 2012-08-22 13:45:12

dimigon
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

ttycol.jpg

! light colors
*background:    #101010
*foreground:    #66FF66

!black
*color0:        #1c1c1c
*color8:        #4d4d4d
!red
*color1:        #D81860
*color9:        #F00060
!green
*color2:        #60FF60
*color10:       #70FF70
!yellow
*color3:        #f9fd75
*color11:       #f9fd80
!blue
*color4:        #4695c8
*color12:       #5a9dc8
!magenta
*color5:        #a78edb
*color13:       #b29fdb
!cyan
*color6:        #43afce
*color14:       #69b8ce
!white
*color7:        #f3ebe2
*color15:       #eeeeee

Last edited by dimigon (2012-08-22 13:45:59)

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#225 2012-09-22 17:56:28

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Posts: 12

Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

kuraku wrote:

http://i.imgur.com/xS0AC.png

!! simple_rainbow
*background:  #575757
*foreground:  #dcdccc

!black
*color0:      #666666
*color8:      #888888
!red
*color1:      #ff8278
*color9:      #ff8278
!green
*color2:      #bde077
*color10:     #bde077
!yellow
*color3:      #eadc84
*color11:     #eadc84
!blue
*color4:      #77bee0
*color12:     #77bee0
!magenta
*color5:      #dd91f3
*color13:     #dd91f3
!cyan
*color6:      #ffc178
*color14:     #ffc178
!white
*color7:      #dddddd
*color15:     #cccccc

Hi Kuraku,

I was browsing through the forums and your PS1 caught my eye... may I know how you configured this?


HP DV6 | Arch Linux x86_64 | Awesome | urxvt | mpd +ncmpcpp | luakit / chromium | still learning...

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