vim-monochrome

My fork of github.com/fxn/vim-monochrome
git clone https://git.sr.ht/~jbauer/vim-monochrome
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commit e65478131e21a1616a3586bea51e13f2e647d747
parent 18f3893271c12f5a2bd70bb76b9950d5cf6f4f9e
Author: Xavier Noria <fxn@hashref.com>
Date:   Sat, 11 Nov 2017 19:44:44 +0100

revises README

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -1,5 +1,13 @@ ## monochrome - A dark Vim color scheme for your focused hacking sessions +### Look & Feel + +<p align="center"> +<img alt="Monochrome Vim color scheme" src="img/vim-monochrome.jpg"/> +</p> + +Works in GUI/true-color terminals, as well as 256-color terminals. + ### Installation Installation depends on how you manage packages. For example, with @@ -13,8 +21,7 @@ to your init file. ### Configuration -This color scheme works in GUIs and 256 color terminals, throw this to your -_~/.vimrc_: +Just throw this to your _~/.vimrc_: colorscheme monochrome @@ -25,13 +32,3 @@ Comments can optionally be rendered using italics: It is important that the flag is set before loading the theme. -### Screenshots - -Monochrome looks like this by default: - -![Monochrome Color Scheme - Opaque](img/vim_monochrome_opaque.png) - -This capture show italics enabled for comments, and a transparent setup with a -dark wooden background: - -![Monochrome Color Scheme - Transparent](img/vim_monochrome_transparent.png) diff --git a/img/vim-monochrome.jpg b/img/vim-monochrome.jpg Binary files differ. diff --git a/img/vim_monochrome_opaque.png b/img/vim_monochrome_opaque.png Binary files differ. diff --git a/img/vim_monochrome_transparent.png b/img/vim_monochrome_transparent.png Binary files differ.