Using vim-plug (modify this to work with your Vim package manager of choice):
In your wonderfully organized Vim (
~/.vimrc) or Neovim (
.config/nvim/init.vim) configuration, place the following two lines:
set background=dark colorscheme palenight
To configure lightline, add the following line:
let g:lightline.colorscheme = 'palenight'
To provide the best user experience possible, I recommend enabling true colors. To experience the blissfulness of your editor's true colors, place this in your
if (has("nvim")) "For Neovim 0.1.3 and 0.1.4 < https://github.com/neovim/neovim/pull/2198 > let $NVIM_TUI_ENABLE_TRUE_COLOR=1 endif "For Neovim > 0.1.5 and Vim > patch 7.4.1799 < https://github.com/vim/vim/commit/61be73bb0f965a895bfb064ea3e55476ac175162 > "Based on Vim patch 7.4.1770 (`guicolors` option) < https://github.com/vim/vim/commit/8a633e3427b47286869aa4b96f2bfc1fe65b25cd > " < https://github.com/neovim/neovim/wiki/Following-HEAD#20160511 > if (has("termguicolors")) set termguicolors endif
Italics are a fantastic way to improve the appearance of your code. Italics will do what they can, but, as they say, "you can't polish a
" Italics for my favorite color scheme let g:palenight_terminal_italics=1
Contribute to this color scheme and earn your spot in this section of the README.
- Tony Lambiris @tonylambiris