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commit 0ee7374307dc685f0d25919d43964efb61f68406
parent ff2fd274b2bc6b248bd3f22c205796e61e3bb3dd
Author: Jake Bauer <>
Date:   Fri, 26 Aug 2022 20:57:10 -0400

Update docs

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diff --git a/ b/ @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -## monochrome - A dark Vim color scheme for your focused hacking sessions +## monochrome - A plain Vim color scheme for your focused hacking sessions ### Look & Feel @@ -6,6 +6,8 @@ ![Monochrome Vim color scheme](img/vim-monochrome.png) +![Light version of the theme](img/vim-monochrome-light.png) + ### Installation Install as you would any other vim package. For example, using Vim's built-in @@ -20,4 +22,19 @@ Just throw this to your `vimrc` or `init.vim`: colorscheme monochrome ``` -Comments are rendered using italic. +or, for the light version: + +``` +colorscheme monochrome-light +``` + +Comments are rendered using italics. + +### Troubleshooting + +If things don't look quite right on your system, it's encouraged to take a look +inside at the colours being defined and tweak things as needed. These colour +schemes largely use what is defined as colour 0, colour 15, and a few other +common colours to make Vim feel cohesive with the rest of your terminal, but you +may want to tweak them further to make things fit for your specific +configuration. diff --git a/img/vim-monochrome-light.png b/img/vim-monochrome-light.png Binary files differ. diff --git a/img/vim-monochrome.png b/img/vim-monochrome.png Binary files differ.