Uniform contrast light and dark colorscheme for Vim (GUI, true-color and 256-color terminals).
I like the idea, solarized based on: 8 monotonous and 8 accent colours, where accent colours are chosen to present even contrast, high identifiability and readability. But it wasn't implemented very well in solarized, in my opinion, mainly due to very low contrast. So I have decided to reimplement those ideas.
Differences from solarized:
- unicon has higher contrast;
- accent colours have actually the same contrast to background;
- different set of accent colours for light and dark variants of colorscheme;
- highlighting of syntax groups is different;
- There are not language- and plugin-specific syntax for now.
Append to ~/.vimrc:
set background=light " or dark colorscheme unicon
You can toggle between light and dark variants using commands:
:set background=light :set background-dark
True colors in terminal
If your terminal supports true colors add this line to ~/.vimrc before the line setting colorscheme.