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@@ -6,41 +6,41 @@ Solarized - iTerm2 Color Presets
Installation
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-Download current build of iTerm 2 from: <http://www.iterm2.com/#/section/home>
+Download current build of iTerm 2 from: <http://www.iterm2.com/>
-NOTE: Only builds 480 (Jan 11 2011) and later support import of color schemes.
-If the stable release doesn't include this function, grab the nightly build
+NOTE: Only builds 480 (Jan 11 2011) and later support import of color schemes.
+If the stable release doesn't include this function, grab the nightly build
from: <http://code.google.com/p/iterm2/downloads/list>
-Open iTerm 2, open Preferences, click on the "Profiles" (formerly Addresses,
-formerly Bookmarks) icon in the preferences toolbar, then select the "colors"
-tab. Click on the "load presets" and select "import...". Select the Solarized
+Open iTerm 2, open Preferences, click on the "Profiles" (formerly Addresses,
+formerly Bookmarks) icon in the preferences toolbar, then select the "colors"
+tab. Click on the "load presets" and select "import...". Select the Solarized
Light or Dark theme file.
-You have now loaded the Solarized color presets into iTerm 2, but haven't yet
-applied them. To apply them, simply select an existing profile from the profile
-list window on the left, or create a new profile. Then select the Solarized
+You have now loaded the Solarized color presets into iTerm 2, but haven't yet
+applied them. To apply them, simply select an existing profile from the profile
+list window on the left, or create a new profile. Then select the Solarized
Dark or Solarized Light preset from the "Load Presets" drop down.
-Ok, I've gone crazy with iTerm2 color management but you are going to be ok.
+Ok, I've gone crazy with iTerm2 color management but you are going to be ok.
Just realize two things:
-1. Like other apps (Chrome as of this writing) on the Mac, iTerm2 locks in
- a target color space when you create a new window. If you switch your
- monitor color space, relaunch iTerm2 and it will pick up the new target
+1. Like other apps (Chrome as of this writing) on the Mac, iTerm2 locks in
+ a target color space when you create a new window. If you switch your
+ monitor color space, relaunch iTerm2 and it will pick up the new target
color space.
-2. The colors in iTerm2 currently cannot be device colors. They are baked in as
- generic rgb (which, despite the name, is an actual, specific color space
- from Apple and is used as a default just like other systems use sRGB as
- a default). I've switch Solarized Apple Color Picker palettes to use tagged
- colors by default, so for the most part iTerm2 will match up with other apps
+2. The colors in iTerm2 currently cannot be device colors. They are baked in as
+ generic rgb (which, despite the name, is an actual, specific color space
+ from Apple and is used as a default just like other systems use sRGB as
+ a default). I've switch Solarized Apple Color Picker palettes to use tagged
+ colors by default, so for the most part iTerm2 will match up with other apps
where you use Color Picker swatches.
The Values
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-L\*a\*b values are canonical (White D65, Reference D50), other values are
+L\*a\*b values are canonical (White D65, Reference D50), other values are
matched in sRGB space.
SOLARIZED HEX 16/8 TERMCOL XTERM/HEX L*A*B RGB HSB

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