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vim-monokai

Refined monokai color scheme for vim.

Install

vim-plug

Plug 'crusoexia/vim-monokai'

Manually

mkdir -p ~/.vim/colors

Download the colors/monokai.vim file from the repo to ~/.vim/colors

Usage

Copy below command to your ~/.vimrc:

syntax on
colorscheme monokai

Terminal support

If you are using a terminal which support truecolor like iterm2, enable the gui color by adding below setting in ~/.vimrc or ~/.vim/init.vim

set termguicolors

Otherwise, use below setting to activate the 256 color in terminal

set t_Co=256  " vim-monokai now only support 256 colours in terminal.

coc.nvim support

coc.nvim is a powerful completion engine, it brings vs-code's experience into vim. vim-monokai fits it well.

Configuration

Italic

If you are using a font which support italic, paste below command in .vimrc to turn on gui/terminal italic effect:

let g:monokai_term_italic = 1
let g:monokai_gui_italic = 1

Note: If you are using vim with tmux, you need to turn-off the italic. tmux doesn't support italic font, all italic effect will become "reverse".

Recommend syntax plugins

Below plugins would give you better experience when using vim-monokai:

Language Plugins
Javascript vim-javascript
vim-javascript-lib
Typescript yats.vim
Dart dart-vim-plugin
JSX vim-jsx-pretty
Markdown vim-markdown

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Refined Monokai color scheme for vim, inspired by Sublime Text

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