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jellybeans

A colorful, dark color scheme, inspired by ir_black and twilight.

Designed primarily for a graphical Vim, but includes support for 256, 88, 16, and 8 color terminals. On a 16 or 8 color terminal, replace its colors with those in ansi-term-colors.txt for best results.

If you use Apple’s pre-10.7 Terminal.app, the TerminalColours plugin (Leopard, Snow Leopard) will allow you to change the default colors.

If you use iterm2, look in the iterm directory for itermcolors.

If you can't change your terminal's colors, add let g:jellybeans_use_lowcolor_black = 0 to your .vimrc to render 'black' text as grey.

This script is vimscript #2555 at Vim.org.

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