#iTerm Color Schemes#
##Intro## This is a set of color schemes for iTerm (aka iTerm2). Screenshots below and in the screenshots directory.
The schemes Novel, Espresso, Grass, Homebrew, Ocean, Pro, Man Page, Red Sands, and Terminal Basic are ports of the schemes of the same name included with the Mac Terminal application. All of Terminal's schemes have now been ported, with the excption of "Solid Colors" (random backgrounds, which iTerm doesn't support) and "Aerogel" (which is hideous).
The scheme idleToes was inspired by the idleFingers TextMate theme and suggested for inclusion by Seth Wilson.
The scheme Zenburn was inspired by the Zenburn version created by Suraj N. Kurapati.
The scheme Github was inspired by the color theme palette used at Github for their UI and in some of their mascot images.
The scheme Solarized Darcula was inspired by the color theme created by @rickhanlonii. There are two screenshots below; one with a background and one without. The background image is included in the backgrounds/ directory and the image must be manually set on the profile's Preferences->Window tab. It's hard to see from the screenshot, but it looks great!
The theme Hurtado was found here.
The theme Mokokai Soda was found here.
The theme Neopolitan was created by daytonn
The themes Solarized Dark and Solarized Light come from the official Solarized web site
If there are other color schemes you'd like to see included, drop me a line!
By the way, the color schemes with the dark backgrounds (Dark Pastel, Desert, etc.) look fantastic with a little bit of transparency. I have my slider set to the spot just under the A and R in "Transparency" on the Preferences->Window tab.
##Installation Instructions## To install:
- Launch iTerm 2. Get the latest version at iterm2.com
- Type CMD+i
- Navigate to Colors tab
- Click on Load Presets
- Click on Import
- Select the .itermcolors file(s) of the scheme(s) you'd like to use
- Click on Load Presets and choose a color scheme
###X11 Installation### To install under the X Window System:
Import the .xrdb file of the scheme you'd like to use:
#defines provided by the imported .xrdb file:
Rxvt*color0: Ansi_0_Color Rxvt*color1: Ansi_1_Color Rxvt*color2: Ansi_2_Color Rxvt*color3: Ansi_3_Color Rxvt*color4: Ansi_4_Color Rxvt*color5: Ansi_5_Color Rxvt*color6: Ansi_6_Color Rxvt*color7: Ansi_7_Color Rxvt*color8: Ansi_8_Color Rxvt*color9: Ansi_9_Color Rxvt*color10: Ansi_10_Color Rxvt*color11: Ansi_11_Color Rxvt*color12: Ansi_12_Color Rxvt*color13: Ansi_13_Color Rxvt*color14: Ansi_14_Color Rxvt*color15: Ansi_15_Color Rxvt*colorBD: Bold_Color Rxvt*colorIT: Italic_Color Rxvt*colorUL: Underline_Color Rxvt*foreground: Foreground_Color Rxvt*background: Background_Color Rxvt*cursorColor: Cursor_Color XTerm*color0: Ansi_0_Color XTerm*color1: Ansi_1_Color XTerm*color2: Ansi_2_Color XTerm*color3: Ansi_3_Color XTerm*color4: Ansi_4_Color XTerm*color5: Ansi_5_Color XTerm*color6: Ansi_6_Color XTerm*color7: Ansi_7_Color XTerm*color8: Ansi_8_Color XTerm*color9: Ansi_9_Color XTerm*color10: Ansi_10_Color XTerm*color11: Ansi_11_Color XTerm*color12: Ansi_12_Color XTerm*color13: Ansi_13_Color XTerm*color14: Ansi_14_Color XTerm*color15: Ansi_15_Color XTerm*colorBD: Bold_Color XTerm*colorIT: Italic_Color XTerm*colorUL: Underline_Color XTerm*foreground: Foreground_Color XTerm*background: Background_Color XTerm*cursorColor: Cursor_Color
Store the above snippets in a file and pass it in:
$ xrdb -merge YOUR_FILE_CONTAINING_ABOVE_SNIPPETS
Open new XTerm or Rxvt windows to see the changes.
Adapt this procedure to other terminals as needed.
Solarized Darcula (With background image)
Solarized Darcula (Without background image)
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