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#226 2012-09-22 18:15:30

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

It is just a pair of box characters.


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#227 2012-09-23 08:55:58

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

c00kiemon5ter wrote:

It is just a pair of box characters.

Thanks smile I managed to set it up and wanted to share my colors. Wanted it to look good on the bluish background based on an Awesome (WM) theme.... Suggestions welcome... smile

My Terminal Screenshot

.Xresources

! terminal colors ------------------------------------------------------------

! sky scheme
*background: #719ECE
*foreground: #D1EAFF
! Black (not tango) + DarkGrey
 *color0:  #000000
 *color8:  #555753
! DarkRed + Red
 *color1:  #ff6565
 *color9:  #ff8d8d
! DarkGreen + Green
 *color2:  #c8e7a8
 *color10: #93d44f
! DarkYellow + Yellow
 *color3:  #eab93d
 *color11: #ffc123
! DarkBlue + Blue
 *color4:  #4a6787
 *color12: #4a6787
! DarkMangenta + Mangenta
 *color5:  #ce5c00
 *color13: #f57900
!DarkCyan + Cyan (both not tango)
 *color6:  #89b6e2
 *color14: #46a4ff
! LightGrey + White
 *color7:  #cccccc
 *color15: #ffffff

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

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#228 2012-09-24 01:41:55

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Tired of using solarized, found this one base16

tZm0zMA


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#229 2012-10-31 11:34:31

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

tZzNjOQ

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#230 2012-11-02 04:24:05

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:

You keep making them and I'll keep stealing them. Nice work.

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#231 2012-11-02 20:34:18

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

tZzRlYQ

font: Anka Coder

[Background]
Color=221,225,194

[BackgroundIntense]
Bold=true
Color=251,255,220

[Color0]
Color=135,152,26

[Color0Intense]
Bold=true
Color=112,144,128

[Color1]
Color=249,6,10

[Color1Intense]
Bold=true
Color=147,0,0

[Color2]
Color=109,146,35

[Color2Intense]
Bold=true
Color=151,202,49

[Color3]
Color=223,152,0

[Color3Intense]
Bold=true
Color=36,33,26

[Color4]
Color=45,100,45

[Color4Intense]
Bold=true
Color=44,103,53

[Color5]
Color=220,80,82

[Color5Intense]
Bold=true
Color=236,73,73

[Color6]
Color=78,83,67

[Color6Intense]
Bold=true
Color=94,103,60

[Color7]
Color=45,61,64

[Color7Intense]
Bold=true
Color=221,225,194

[Foreground]
Color=46,49,39

[ForegroundIntense]
Bold=true
Color=79,42,43

[General]
Description=Dark Pastels
Opacity=1
Wallpaper=

Last edited by irrlicht (2012-11-03 15:38:10)


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#232 2012-11-02 20:39:01

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

where's the theme?
I only use dark themes, but this one seems interesting smile
also what font is that ?

PS: also your robo-logo, I have pics of it!

Last edited by c00kiemon5ter (2012-11-02 20:39:35)


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#233 2012-11-06 21:21:26

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

tZzYzeQ

URxvt.color0:	#131621
URxvt.color8:	#262b40

URxvt.color1:	#c2465f
URxvt.color9:	#ed3764

URxvt.color2:	#4cad64
URxvt.color10:	#25db4f

URxvt.color3:	#b8904c
URxvt.color11:	#db9f40

URxvt.color4:	#5085a8
URxvt.color12:	#41a0db

URxvt.color5:	#c24697
URxvt.color13:	#ff52c5

URxvt.color6: #4ea7ad
URxvt.color14:  #2ac9d1

URxvt.color7:	#797e8f
URxvt.color15:	#bbbec9

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#234 2012-11-08 16:48:47

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

irrlicht wrote:

http://ompldr.org/tZzRlYQ

font: Anka Coder

[Background]
Color=221,225,194

[BackgroundIntense]
Bold=true
Color=251,255,220

[Color0]
Color=135,152,26

[Color0Intense]
Bold=true
Color=112,144,128

[Color1]
Color=249,6,10

[Color1Intense]
Bold=true
Color=147,0,0

[Color2]
Color=109,146,35

[Color2Intense]
Bold=true
Color=151,202,49

[Color3]
Color=223,152,0

[Color3Intense]
Bold=true
Color=36,33,26

[Color4]
Color=45,100,45

[Color4Intense]
Bold=true
Color=44,103,53

[Color5]
Color=220,80,82

[Color5Intense]
Bold=true
Color=236,73,73

[Color6]
Color=78,83,67

[Color6Intense]
Bold=true
Color=94,103,60

[Color7]
Color=45,61,64

[Color7Intense]
Bold=true
Color=221,225,194

[Foreground]
Color=46,49,39

[ForegroundIntense]
Bold=true
Color=79,42,43

[General]
Description=Dark Pastels
Opacity=1
Wallpaper=

Hi, I was wondering how to use your config, didn't worked much as is in .Xresources
thanks

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#235 2012-11-09 21:10:59

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Hi, this config is from kde-konsole. The colors are in RGB, I posted the screenshot in my post above - just picks the colors from there and then place them in you .Xresources.


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#236 2012-11-09 22:07:52

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

thanks i'll try it


edit : that's my transposition to xterm

XTerm*VT100.background:    #dde1c2                                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
XTerm*VT100.color0:    #87981a                                                                                                                                              
XTerm*VT100.color8:    #709080                                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                            
XTerm*VT100.color1:    #f9060a                                                                                                                                              
XTerm*VT100.color9:    #930000                                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                            
XTerm*VT100.color2:    #6d9223                                                                                                                                              
XTerm*VT100.color10:   #97ca31                                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                            
XTerm*VT100.color3:    #df9800                                                                                                                                              
XTerm*VT100.color11:    #24211a                                                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                                            
XTerm*VT100.color4:   #2d642d                                                                                                         
XTerm*VT100.color12:   #2c6735                                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                            
XTerm*VT100.color5:   #dc5052                                                                                                                                               
XTerm*VT100.color13:   #ec4949                                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                            
XTerm*VT100.color6:   #4e5343                                                                                                                                               
XTerm*VT100.color14:   #5e673c                                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                            
XTerm*VT100.color7:   #2d3d40                                                                                                                                               
XTerm*VT100.color15:  #dde1c2                                                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                     
XTerm*VT100.foreground:    #2e3127                

Last edited by pipicaca (2012-11-10 18:09:15)

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#237 2012-11-12 04:47:09

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Doomcide wrote:

http://ompldr.org/tZzYzeQ

URxvt.color0:	#131621
URxvt.color8:	#262b40

URxvt.color1:	#c2465f
URxvt.color9:	#ed3764

URxvt.color2:	#4cad64
URxvt.color10:	#25db4f

URxvt.color3:	#b8904c
URxvt.color11:	#db9f40

URxvt.color4:	#5085a8
URxvt.color12:	#41a0db

URxvt.color5:	#c24697
URxvt.color13:	#ff52c5

URxvt.color6: #4ea7ad
URxvt.color14:  #2ac9d1

URxvt.color7:	#797e8f
URxvt.color15:	#bbbec9

What kind of font doest it used?

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#238 2012-11-12 18:08:39

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

^I use Termsyn, it's in the aur.

Last edited by Doomcide (2012-11-12 18:08:56)

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#239 2012-11-16 09:00:22

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Presenting Solarized Dark in grayscale:

*background:   #1F1F1F
*foreground:   #8E8E8E
*cursorColor:  #9D9D9D

*color0:   #292929
*color8:   #1F1F1F
*color1:   #646464
*color9:   #6B6B6B
*color2:   #828282
*color10:  #686868
*color3:   #878787
*color11:  #757575
*color4:   #757575
*color12:  #8F8F8F
*color5:   #6E6E6E
*color13:  #797979
*color6:   #7C7C7C
*color14:  #9D9D9D
*color7:   #E8E8E8
*color15:  #F6F6F6

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#240 2012-11-16 16:45:05

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

derp.
717dZ6gikSLQKyI7AdL7qe

edit: if anyone wants the xresources for any of these, just ask. The name of each color scheme is the top left corner of the terminal.

Last edited by ninjaaron (2012-11-17 00:07:17)

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#241 2012-11-17 06:53:51

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

ninjaaron wrote:

derp.
http://ubuntuone.com/717dZ6gikSLQKyI7AdL7qe

edit: if anyone wants the xresources for any of these, just ask. The name of each color scheme is the top left corner of the terminal.

can i get the dark mono xresource? thanks


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#242 2012-11-17 14:28:50

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

@ toxygen:
a curiosity hoping isn't ot: with that colors scheme, which I also like and already tested, how do you recognize the system's parts (vim syntax, differents files' types and so on)?

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#243 2012-11-17 17:52:09

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

toxygen wrote:

can i get the dark mono xresource? thanks

yessir.

! -----------------------------------------------
! hiCon theme
! file:     ~/.Xresources
! author:   Aaron "ninjaaron" Christianson
! modified: Wed Oct 10 12:58:13 CDT 2012
! -----------------------------------------------

! color scheme
*background: #000000
*foreground: #ffffff
! Black + DarkGrey
*color0:  #444444
*color8:  #777777
! Red
*color1:  #ccbbbb
*color9:  #ffeeee 
! Green
*color2:  #bbccbb
*color10: #eeffee
! Yellow
*color3:  #ccccbb
*color11: #ffffee
! Blue
*color4:  #bbbbcc
*color12: #eeeeff
! Magenta
*color5:  #ccbbcc
*color13: #ffeeff
! Cyan
*color6:  #bbcccc
*color14: #eeffff
! LightGrey + White
*color7: #cccccc
*color15: #ffffff
! font
URxvt.font: xft:bitbuntufull,xft:Miriam Mono CLM:style=bold

! scrollbar
URxvt.scrollBar: off

! selection & link handing
URxvt.perl-ext-common:      default,url-select,keyboard-select
URxvt.url-select.launcher:  firefox
URxvt.url-select.underline: true
URxvt.keysym.M-u:           perl:url-select:select_next
URxvt.keysym.M-Escape:      perl:keyboard-select:activate
URxvt.keysym.M-s:           perl:keyboard-select:search

! fonts to choose
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x30: command:\033]710;xft:bitbuntufull,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x31: command:\033]710;xft:bitocrafull,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x32: command:\033]710;-*-fixed-medium-r-*-*-12-*,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x33: command:\033]710;xft:bitocra13,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x34: command:\033]710;-*-terminus-medium-*-*-*14-*,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x35: command:\033]710;-*-5thElement-*\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x36: command:\033]710;xft:5thElementHeb,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x37: command:\033]710;-*-bitocra7-*-*-*,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-0x38: command:\033]710;xft:bitocra7Heb,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-u: command:\033]710;xft:Ubuntu Mono:pixelsize=11:style=bold,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-f: command:\033]710;10x20,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-m: command:\033]710;xft:Taamey David CLM:pixelsize=20\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-o: command:\033]710;xft:ocra10:pixelsize=10,xft:Taamey David CLM\007
URxvt.keysym.M-C-d: command:\033]710;xft:Dejavu Sans Mono:pixelsize=9:antialias=false,xft:Taamey David CLM\007

Last edited by ninjaaron (2012-11-19 01:04:06)

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#244 2012-11-17 17:56:27

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

rix wrote:

@ toxygen:
a curiosity hoping isn't ot: with that colors scheme, which I also like and already tested, how do you recognize the system's parts (vim syntax, differents files' types and so on)?

if you're talking about dark-mono, there are slight differenced in the colors so you can see a little bit, but It's probably not the best colorscheme if you depend heavily on the color output of your terminal for things like syntax hilighting.

It is possible, however, to create a vim colorscheme which doesn't use color, but rather formatting (bold, underline, inverting fg and bg color, etc...), so you could theoretically use that if you wanted. I think it would drive me crazy to do that. I have to admit that I rarely use this theme, and partially for that reason (and the fact that I  generally like to see a bit of color).

Last edited by ninjaaron (2012-11-17 17:57:17)

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#245 2012-11-17 18:54:47

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

rix wrote:

@ toxygen:
a curiosity hoping isn't ot: with that colors scheme, which I also like and already tested, how do you recognize the system's parts (vim syntax, differents files' types and so on)?

i havent tried it just yet, but it seems to have enough color tint to see differences under very dark work envinronment that i have..


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#246 2012-11-17 20:02:26

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

@ toxygen:
thanks for reply and also can I ask you to let me know when you've tried it?
Thanks in advance.


@ ninjaaron:

ninjaaron wrote:

[...] there are slight differenced in the colors so you can see a little bit, but It's probably not the best colorscheme if you depend heavily on the color output of your terminal for things like syntax hilighting. [...]

I see. Thank so much for your work anyway.

ninjaaron wrote:

[...] It is possible, however, to create a vim colorscheme which doesn't use color, [...]

Already did by myself and I think it confused too much.

ninjaaron wrote:

[...] I have to admit that I rarely use this theme, and partially for that reason (and the fact that I  generally like to see a bit of color).

Me too. smile
Right now I'm using for simplicity, same colors scheme (I can share them if you want. I did Vim's one by myself) everywhere, with classic colors (ffffff, 000000, ff0000, 00ff00, and so on...).
Thanks again anyway.

Last edited by rix (2012-11-17 20:14:11)

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#247 2012-11-19 03:35:08

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

rix wrote:

@ toxygen:
thanks for reply and also can I ask you to let me know when you've tried it?
Thanks in advance.

it didnt work for me, though i did like the colors.  i ended up using this link posted earlier to create a scheme that worked in konsole (i dont use xterm/urxvt):
1ADCLl.jpg

some colors are a little too dark so i might tweak that still. screen is showing syslog-ng output piped through ccze

here are the colors for Xresources. :

! --- special colors ---

*background: #000000
*foreground: #ffffff

! --- standard colors ---

! black
*color0: #000000

! bright_black
*color8: #252525

! red
*color1: #302722

! bright_red
*color9: #7b6357

! green
*color2: #223027

! bright_green
*color10: #577b63

! yellow
*color3: #2b3022

! bright_yellow
*color11: #6f7b57

! blue
*color4: #272230

! bright_blue
*color12: #63577b

! magenta
*color5: #30222b

! bright_magenta
*color13: #7b576f

! cyan
*color6: #222b30

! bright_cyan
*color14: #576f7b

! white
*color7: #909090

! bright_white
*color15: #ffffff

Last edited by toxygen (2012-11-19 03:37:53)


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#248 2012-11-19 10:25:20

rix
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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Thank so much for the feedback.
I've also tried Ccze, which I didn't know about, but when log is finished to load, Ccze closes itself. What am I missing?
Thanks again and sorry for the little ot.

Last edited by rix (2012-11-19 10:25:59)

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#249 2012-11-19 16:13:48

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

ninjaaron wrote:

derp.
http://ubuntuone.com/717dZ6gikSLQKyI7AdL7qe

edit: if anyone wants the xresources for any of these, just ask. The name of each color scheme is the top left corner of the terminal.

An I can aks for the Neon scheme?
I like it


Well, I suppose that this is somekind of signature, no?

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#250 2012-11-19 16:41:22

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Re: Terminal Colour Scheme Screenshots

Jristz wrote:
ninjaaron wrote:

derp.
http://ubuntuone.com/717dZ6gikSLQKyI7AdL7qe

edit: if anyone wants the xresources for any of these, just ask. The name of each color scheme is the top left corner of the terminal.

An I can aks for the Neon scheme?
I like it

Am I missing something here, but the colours are quite clearly listed in the shot? :E

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