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Feature request: colorschemes #208

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jeaye opened this Issue May 9, 2015 · 4 comments

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jeaye commented May 9, 2015

In Fx, I use to key addons:

  • VimFx (like vimperator)
  • Stylish (with a global solarized scheme)

I'd love to adopt vimb, as a minimal replacement, but I can't get all of my pages styled to something not glaringly white. vimperator supports colorschemes, Fx has stylish, vimb needs something.

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fanglingsu commented May 10, 2015

I don't think a browser need something like stylish. But you can play around with the styles.css file to change the look of all pages like the example on http://fanglingsu.github.io/vimb/scripts.html.

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jeaye commented May 22, 2015

That's handy, thanks. Looks like there's no way to have site-specific styles. Correct?

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fanglingsu commented May 23, 2015

There is no direct way to have sitespecific styles, but maybe you can play around with the scripts.js file to write the style directive into the DOM depending on the cirrent domain and to lod there different local stylesheets. But I'm not sure if this is allowed according to the same origin policy. Maybe you can doe something fancy with the :autocmd to inject different stylesheets via JavaScript.

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jeaye commented Aug 12, 2015

Closing this, since I found that the style.css works very well for me.

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