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#1 2012-08-09 08:48:58

w0ng
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hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

Link:
https://github.com/w0ng/vim-hybrid

Screenshots:
tZjBpNg  tZjBpNQ tZjExdg tZjFpaQ

tl;dr:  highlight groupings = Jellybeans; colour palette = Tomorrow-Night; code = Solarized

Over the past year I've been cycling between Jellybeans, Tomorrow-Night and Solarized colourschemes for vim. hybrid is just a mish mash of these three, for the following reasons.

Jellybeans
I like the the way the syntax is highlighted, but the colour contrast is too high for me, especially when switching to and from documents with a white background. I mostly use terminal vim. I don't like how CSApprox gets a lot of the cterm colours wrong (especially the greyscale colours).

Tomorrow-Night
I like the colour palette used in this colourscheme. However, the groupings for syntax highlighting seemed rather incomplete. Again, this uses CSApprox with a few of the cterm estimates not being the closest match.

Solarized
A+ for effort. Despite the 'science' behind the colours used, I couldn't get myself to like the blue background or colouring for red. The code in this colourscheme is a lot nicer than the previous two, though. For vim, only cterm colours are loaded. For gvim, only gui colours are loaded. No automatic CSApprox function is used. cterm colours are manually entered to correspond correctly with the gui colours.

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#2 2012-09-05 16:01:21

X-dark
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

Nice. Thanks!


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#3 2012-09-06 01:18:02

kyla
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

Very pretty.

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#4 2012-09-14 17:52:00

silenc3r
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

I love it! Thanks.

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#5 2012-09-17 08:20:48

Narga
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

What's the font of your vim?

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#6 2012-09-18 03:28:15

wolfcore
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

I'm trying it out now, looks really nice!

Narga wrote:

What's the font of your vim?

I would like to know this as well.

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#7 2012-10-20 04:46:03

doug piston
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

I have been using it for awhile now. Very pleased, also being new to VIm I learned a great deal from the your configs. Thanks.

Last edited by doug piston (2012-10-20 14:54:10)

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#8 2012-11-03 10:16:12

Marcel-
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

Thanks, nice colours!

Narga wrote:

What's the font of your vim?

That's just Terminus, patched with Powerline symbols. If I'm not mistaken, it's in his repo.

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#9 2012-11-03 11:16:12

nperry
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

Marcel- wrote:

Thanks, nice colours!

Narga wrote:

What's the font of your vim?

That's just Terminus, patched with Powerline symbols. If I'm not mistaken, it's in his repo.

If you look at his configs then you'd see it is 'Cousine Regen for Powerline'

PS: w0ng - Thanks for the colour scheme! Been using it for a while now!

Last edited by nperry (2012-11-03 11:17:05)

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#10 2012-11-03 11:29:40

Marcel-
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Re: hybrid: Dark vim colorscheme (Jellybeans + Tomorrow-Night + Solarized)

You can also see that he did this only 25 days ago; also, when you look at the screen shot in his blog, you'll notice that Cousine Regen has a dotted 0, but Terminus has a slashed one.

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