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Go to page: midnight2.vim, by vim-scripts
midnight2
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set background=darkcolorscheme midnight2
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
1

midnight2.vim

Dark blue, low contrast colorscheme.
Go to page: kuro.vim, by tomotargz
kuro
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set background=darkcolorscheme kuro
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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tomotargz
1

kuro.vim

A vim color scheme for those who are tired of looking for a color scheme.
Go to page: elisex.vim, by vim-scripts
elisex
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set background=darkcolorscheme elisex
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
1

elisex.vim

The colorscheme "Für die Sexy Elise".
Go to page: solargrass256.vim, by miyosui
solargrass256
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set background=darkcolorscheme solargrass256
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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miyosui
1

solargrass256.vim

SolarGrass colorscheme for 256 color terminals
Go to page: win9xblueback.vim, by vim-scripts
win9xblueback
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set background=darkcolorscheme win9xblueback
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
1

win9xblueback.vim

Windows9x blue back screen like colorscheme
Go to page: myvim, by a-kr
adaryn
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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-kr
1

myvim

My vim config, plugins and colorschemes
Go to page: onedarkatom.vim, by jdsimcoe
onedarkatom
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set background=darkcolorscheme onedarkatom
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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jdsimcoe
1

onedarkatom.vim

A Vim colorscheme based on One Dark Atom.
Go to page: vim-files, by NickLaMuro
desert
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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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NickLaMuro
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vim-files

A couple of vim colorschemes and other custom files that I use for vim (for pathogen)
Go to page: kamakou, by Flolagale
kamakou
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set background=darkcolorscheme kamakou
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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Flolagale
1

kamakou

An easy on eyes colorscheme for Vim somehow in the vein of molokai.
Go to page: volk, by jorgepiloto
volk
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set background=darkcolorscheme volk
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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jorgepiloto
1

volk

Volk is a colorscheme designed for Vim to highlight Python syntax a really colorful way 🐺
Go to page: vim-colorscheme-aquamarine, by tristanheaven
aquamarine
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set background=darkcolorscheme aquamarine
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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tristanheaven
1

vim-colorscheme-aquamarine

A blue-green dark colorscheme for Vim
Go to page: vim-cgpro, by reinecke
cgpro
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set background=darkcolorscheme cgpro
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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reinecke
1

vim-cgpro

A vim colorscheme
Go to page: vim-github, by cschlueter
github
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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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cschlueter
1

vim-github

vim github colorscheme
Go to page: vim-nazca-colorscheme, by camelite
nazca
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set background=darkcolorscheme nazca
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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camelite
1

vim-nazca-colorscheme

Nazca Vim Colorscheme for enhanced javascript syntax highlighting
Go to page: neutron.vim, by vim-scripts
neutron
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set background=lightcolorscheme neutron
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
1

neutron.vim

Light background colorscheme
Go to page: vim-colors-wombat, by p8952
wombat256
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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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p8952
1

vim-colors-wombat

wombat256 & wombat256mod colorschemes
Go to page: one-colors.vim, by kirbycool
onedark
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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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kirbycool
1

one-colors.vim

Yet another one-dark colorscheme for vim
Go to page: redstring.vim, by vim-scripts
redstring
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set background=darkcolorscheme redstring
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
1

redstring.vim

Dark background colorscheme designed for console and Gui.
Go to page: teaspoon.vim, by arnau
teaspoon
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set background=darkcolorscheme teaspoon
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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arnau
1

teaspoon.vim

A dark colorscheme for Vim
Go to page: colorscheme, by terut
railscasts
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set background=darkcolorscheme railscasts
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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terut
1

colorscheme

My favorite colorscheme. Railscast customize for nox-vim.