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Re: in gvim same color like vim

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  • Fabian Braennstroem
    Hi to all, ... Thanks for your help! I will see, how I will adjust my colors... Greetings! Fabian
    Message 1 of 7 , Jan 29, 2006
      Hi to all,

      * Georg Dahn <gorgyd@...> wrote:
      > The default color scheme of Vim looks quite similar in console Vim and
      > in GUI Vim. I don't see any major problem in using the default colors in
      > both, GUI and console Vim. However, I have customised some colors a
      > little bit, since I dislike some default colors (like the color of the
      > constants).
      >
      > I have added the contents of my color schemes below. With either "colo
      > light" or "colo dark" in the vimrc file one gets nearly the same colors
      > in console and in GUI Vim.
      >
      > A. J. Mechelynck wrote:
      >> I run gvim in a Windows window, usually maximized, usually with
      >> Lucida_Console or Courier_New font depending on 'encoding' and current
      >> charset (also MingLiU for Chinese); the default colors there are black
      >> on white. The "Normal" highlight group reflects my 'guifont' but
      >> mentions no colors.
      >
      > Did you ever try this one:
      >
      > http://dejavu.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
      >
      > These fonts are based on Bitstream Vera fonts. I like it very much and
      > for someone who uses different encodings: DejaVu fonts are Unicode fonts
      > and provide much more characters than the Bitstream Vera fonts. They are
      > updated every month, thus the supported characters grow rather quickly.
      > I like them more than Lucida Console and Courier New (of course, this is
      > a matter of taste).
      >
      > Best regards,
      > Georg
      >
      >
      > dark.vim
      > --------
      > hi clear Normal
      > set background=dark
      > hi clear
      > if exists("syntax_on")
      > syntax reset
      > endif
      > let colors_name = "dark"
      >
      > hi NonText ctermfg=DarkGray guifg=#888888
      > hi Normal ctermbg=Black ctermfg=White guibg=#202020 guifg=#f0f0f0
      > hi Visual guibg=#000000
      >
      > =========
      > light.vim
      > ---------
      > hi clear Normal
      > set background=light
      > hi clear
      > if exists("syntax_on")
      > syntax reset
      > endif
      > let colors_name = "light"
      >
      > hi Constant guifg=#c00058
      > hi ModeMsg ctermbg=White ctermfg=Black
      > hi NonText ctermfg=DarkGray guifg=#808080
      > hi Normal ctermbg=White ctermfg=Black guibg=#ffffff guifg=#000000
      > hi Title guifg=#c00058

      Thanks for your help! I will see, how I will adjust my
      colors...

      Greetings!
      Fabian
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