119342Re: Change background colour to specific colour
- Dec 1, 2010On Wednesday 01 December 2010 09:20:32 Brett Stahlman wrote:
> On Dec 1, 9:12 am, "Christian Brabandt" <cbli...@...>wrote:
> > On Wed, December 1, 2010 3:58 pm, Dotan Cohen wrote:or, download and install the CSApprox plugin and everything
> > > I have been googling for a way to change the background
> > > colour of VIM to a specific colour. For example, I'd like
> > > it to be #c6c0d7. Is there no way to do such a thing? I
> > > only see references to using already-configured colours in
> > > VIM.
> > For the gui version, this is possible. See :h gui-colors
> > So this should work:
> > :hi Normal guibg=#c6c0d7
> > For the terminal version, this depends on your terminal and
> > vim has no control over those settings.
> Although you don't have as much control with a color terminal,
> you can still use this basic mechanism: e.g.,
> :hi Normal ctermbg=blue
> You can also use color numbers.
> :help cterm-colors
> :help xterm-color
you apply for the gui will apply to vim:
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