vim-monochrome

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commit a0a35fe0579f320c98df9375f37a1766603cef56
parent fbbc4ac6c5f02cdab44e05327868aba495fffe4c
Author: Xavier Noria <fxn@hashref.com>
Date:   Thu, 23 Nov 2017 21:44:08 +0100

revises the color of the cursor line

The color for the cursor line was meant to be just a tad less
darker than the original #00000 background, but the contrast
was no longer visible with the current softened black.

I have been looking for a dark cursor line that is visible
but blends well with the background, I like it to be just a
nuance, a subtle visual hint. To be honest I am still not
totally convinced by this shade of gray, I took it from

    https://www.w3schools.com/colors/colors_shades.asp

I believe I would prefer it to be a little darkish but by
now let's push this so that at least it will work and will
have aesthetics close enough to my taste.

Thanks to @eparreno for feedback on this.

Diffstat:
Mcolors/monochrome.vim | 2+-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/colors/monochrome.vim b/colors/monochrome.vim @@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ let g:colors_name = 'monochrome' let s:white = ['White', 15] let s:black = ['#0e1111', 16] -let s:bgray = ['#101010', 233] +let s:bgray = ['#181818', 233] let s:lgray = ['LightGray', 255] let s:cgray = ['#737373', 243] let s:dgray = ['DarkGray', 248]