Easily switch between two styles of color scheme
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created 2005 · complexity basic · author Georg Dahn · version 6.0
Pan Shizhu's color scheme ps_color script#760 supports two styles, a cool (dark) and a warm (light) style. If you want to switch between these styles by just a single key stroke, you may define the following function in your vimrc:
function! s:SwitchPSCStyle() if exists('g:psc_style') if g:psc_style == 'cool' let g:psc_style = 'warm' elseif g:psc_style == 'warm' let g:psc_style = 'cool' endif else let g:psc_style = 'warm' endif colorscheme ps_color endfunction map <silent> <F6> :call <SID>SwitchPSCStyle()<CR>
- Decide what to do with above
SwitchPSCStylefunction (is it worth keeping?).
- Other content that was in this tip has been merged to Switch color schemes. If remove tip 955, replace it with a redirect to 341.