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{{ScriptComments|kolor: colorful and comfortable colorscheme with 256 color terminal support}}
   
==Kolor==
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==Overview==
http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=4339
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Color scheme with 256 color terminal support. Designed to have high text readability and optimal visibility of every element, and to be eye comfortable as well.
   
Color scheme with 256 color terminal support.
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[[File:Kolor-screenshot.jpg|Kolor, Vim color scheme]]
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Designed to have high text readability and optimal visibility of every element, and to be eye comfortable as well.
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==Comments==
 
==Installation==
 
Just copy kolor.vim to ~/.vim/colors (on Windows <your-vim-dir>\vimfiles\colors). Or for global accessibility, /usr/share/vim/vimfiles/colors.
 
 
Then add the line "colorscheme kolor" in your vimrc file, and restart Vim.
 
 
If you use Vundle or Pathogen, the directory structure is compatible.
 
 
==Screenshots==
 
[[File:Kolor-screenshot.jpg|link=https://github.com/zeis/vim-kolor|Kolor, Vim color scheme (https://github.com/zeis/vim-kolor)]]
 

Latest revision as of 01:38, January 27, 2013

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Color scheme with 256 color terminal support. Designed to have high text readability and optimal visibility of every element, and to be eye comfortable as well.

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