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commit 0914b66dc4784b9bce1fc5a5724f6ba01d3b157c
parent 34abe27b75e41aa9387bd4c4352340d3636248af
Author: Braden Best <>
Date:   Wed, 25 Aug 2021 09:48:41 -0600

Inverted MatchParen colors

This has been driving me crazy ever since I first got this colorscheme: when you go over a bracket, it highlights the opposite bracket, but the cursor's current position turns invisible, which is extremely confusing. Inverting it makes the current cursor position visible as normal while letting the match mostly blend into the background. I added an underline to it to make it slightly more visible. Bold doesn't seem to work.
Mcolors/monochrome.vim | 2+-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/colors/monochrome.vim b/colors/monochrome.vim @@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ call s:hi('Type', s:white, s:default_bg, s:bold) call s:hi('Function', s:white) call s:hi('Identifier') call s:hi('Special') -call s:hi('MatchParen', s:black, s:lgray) +call s:hi('MatchParen', s:lgray, s:black, s:underline) "