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1153 color schemes

Go to page: cobra, by 67hz
cobravim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme cobra
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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67hz
1

cobra

Vim color scheme for C/C++
Go to page: vim-hanabi, by veloXtime
hanabivim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme hanabi
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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veloXtime
1

vim-hanabi

vim color scheme
Go to page: nisha-vim, by heraldofsolace
nishavim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme nisha
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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heraldofsolace
19

nisha-vim

Dark colorscheme for Vim
Go to page: menguless, by zekzekus
mengulessvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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zekzekus
19

menguless

An almost colorless color scheme for Vim
Go to page: fluidlan-vim, by jhwheeler
fluidlanvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme fluidlan
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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jhwheeler
1

fluidlan-vim

fluidlan vim dark color theme
Go to page: vim-moonlight2, by gugsrs
moonlight2vim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme moonlight2
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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gugsrs
3

vim-moonlight2

vim-moonlight2 is a vim dark colorscheme based on Brettm12345/moonlight.vim and atomiks/moonlight-vscode-theme
Go to page: vim, by embark-theme
embarkvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme embark
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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embark-theme
510

vim

2/week
An ambitious theme for vim
Go to page: oceanic-next-vim, by adrian5
oceanicnextvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme oceanicnext
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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adrian5
49

oceanic-next-vim

Oceanic Next colorscheme for vim
Go to page: tokyonight-vim, by ghifarit53
tokyonightvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme tokyonight
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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ghifarit53
483

tokyonight-vim

1/week
A clean, dark vim colorscheme that celebrates the lights of downtown Tokyo at night, based on a VSCode theme by @enkia with the same name [Archived because I'm no longer using this]
Go to page: candle-grey, by aditya-azad
candle-grey-transparentvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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aditya-azad
33

candle-grey

A dark monochrome colorscheme with a hint of color for vim
Go to page: doki-theme-vim, by doki-theme
monika_darkvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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doki-theme
36

doki-theme-vim

Complementary color schemes for your full Otaku terminal experience. Works best with the Doki Theme for Hyper.js!
Go to page: Vi-theme, by Madhava-mng
adarynvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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Madhava-mng
6

Vi-theme

Vim Theme editing and debugging frame-work
Go to page: darkforce-vim-colors, by sadotsoy
darkforcevim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme darkforce
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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sadotsoy
4

darkforce-vim-colors

my own version of the darkforce color scheme
Go to page: halcyon-neovim, by kwsp
halcyonvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme halcyon
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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kwsp
26

halcyon-neovim

A minimal, dark blue theme for NeoVim
Go to page: ambrosia.vim, by haze
ambrosiavim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme ambrosia
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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haze
1

ambrosia.vim

vim theme
Go to page: aurora, by ray-x
auroralua
12
vim.cmd [[ set background=dark ]]vim.cmd [[ colorscheme aurora ]]
NORMALinit.luaunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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ray-x
178

aurora

24-bit dark theme for (Neo)vim. Optimized for treesitter, LSP.
Go to page: hima-vim, by meain
hima-darkvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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meain
5

hima-vim

Minimal light colorschme with good GUI element colors
Go to page: vim-sunbather, by nikolvs
sunbathervim
12
set background=colorscheme sunbather
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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nikolvs
63

vim-sunbather

A minimal pink colorscheme for Vim.
Go to page: kuczy, by Domino881
kuczyvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme kuczy
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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Domino881
1

kuczy

kuczy - a vim colorscheme
Go to page: night-owl.vim, by charliesbot
night-owlvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme night-owl
NORMAL.vimrcunixutf-8 0% 0:2
123456789101112
" Returns true if the color hex value is light
function! IsHexColorLight(color) abort
let l:raw_color = trim(a:color, '#')

let l:red = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '(.{2}).{4}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:green = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{2}(.{2}).{2}', '1', 'g'), 16)
let l:blue = str2nr(substitute(l:raw_color, '.{4}(.{2})', '1', 'g'), 16)

let l:brightness = ((l:red * 299) + (l:green * 587) + (l:blue * 114)) / 1000

return l:brightness > 155
endfunction
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charliesbot
5

night-owl.vim