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1374 color schemes

Go to page: shades-of-teal, by kristiandupont
shades-of-tealvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme shades-of-teal
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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kristiandupont
8

shades-of-teal

A colorscheme for vim
Go to page: oxeded.vim, by queyenth
oxededvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme oxeded
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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queyenth
8

oxeded.vim

Oxeded colorscheme
Go to page: vim-hackerman-syntax, by mr-ubik
hackermanvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme hackerman
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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mr-ubik
8

vim-hackerman-syntax

WIP - Vim / Neovim syntax colorscheme inspired by the 80s Retrofuturism/Synthwave/Outrun aesthetics
Go to page: vim-colors-bionik, by datMaffin
bionikvim
12
set background=lightcolorscheme bionik
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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datMaffin
8

vim-colors-bionik

A light vim colorscheme with green comments and familiar keyword colors.
Go to page: vim-mayanfog, by lunacookies
mayanfogvim
12
set background=lightcolorscheme mayanfog
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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lunacookies
8

vim-mayanfog

A minimal version of the Mayansmoke colourscheme for Vim
Go to page: doubletrouble, by muchzill4
doubletroublevim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme doubletrouble
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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muchzill4
8

doubletrouble

dark vim colorscheme
Go to page: walh, by casonadams
walh-nordvim
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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casonadams
8

walh

Clean vim color scheme; Uses terminal colors for highlights.
Go to page: mono, by phucngodev
monovim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme mono
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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phucngodev
8

mono

vim minimal color sheme
Go to page: tonight.nvim, by redshifttt
tonightvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme tonight
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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redshifttt
8

tonight.nvim

tonight.nvim: a dark colour scheme for your viewing pleasure
Go to page: Mies.vim, by jaredgorski
miesvim
12
set background=colorscheme mies
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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jaredgorski
8

Mies.vim

Bauhaus monochrome Vim colorscheme. https://www.miessociety.org/mies-works
Go to page: vim-color-github, by telamon
githubvim
12
set background=lightcolorscheme github
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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telamon
7

vim-color-github

Github Theme for vim
Go to page: blue-mood-vim, by lmintmate
blue-moodvim
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set background=darkcolorscheme blue-mood
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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lmintmate
7

blue-mood-vim

A port of emacs Blue Mood theme for Gvim and true color terminal vim. Includes Lightline theme.
Go to page: vilight.vim, by vim-scripts
vilightvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme vilight
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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vim-scripts
7

vilight.vim

A more literal translation of Will Farrington's Twilight color theme
Go to page: vim-darcula-colors, by isobit
darculavim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme darcula
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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isobit
7

vim-darcula-colors

Vim colors inspired by Intellij IDEA's Darcula theme
Go to page: vim-trash-polka, by A
trash-polkavim
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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A
7

vim-trash-polka

Dark & Light Theme for Vim and ITerm2 inspired by @arcticicestudio/Nord.
Go to page: vim-colors, by dandorman
ir_blackvim
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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dandorman
7

vim-colors

A hodgepodge of vim color schemes.
Go to page: abbott.vim, by vim-scripts
abbottvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme abbott
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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vim-scripts
7

abbott.vim

An oddly-named dark Vim color scheme
Go to page: vim-colors-paper, by ashfinal
papervim
12
set background=colorscheme paper
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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ashfinal
7

vim-colors-paper

Vim color scheme inspired by Google's Material Design
Go to page: vim-mycontrast, by napcs
mycontrastvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme mycontrast
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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napcs
7

vim-mycontrast

My color scheme for Vim - making as much easy to read as possible.
Go to page: southernlights, by jalvesaq
southernlightsvim
12
set background=darkcolorscheme southernlights
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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jalvesaq
7

southernlights

Vim color scheme