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+Copyright (c) 2011 Huy Z
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
+in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
+to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
+copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
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+all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
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+Solarized Color Theme for irsii
+===============================
+
+Initially created by Huy Z <huy-git-pub circled-a huyzing.com>, this is a
+repository of themes for the [irssi] IRC chat client that support the
+[Solarized] color scheme.
+
+[irssi]: http://www.irssi.org/
+[Solarized]: http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized
+
+Visit the Solarized homepage
+----------------------------
+
+See the [Solarized] homepage for screenshots, details and color theme
+implementations for terminal emulators and other applications, such as Vim,
+Emacs, and Mutt.
+
+Understanding Solarized Colors in Terminals
+-------------------------------------------
+
+### Solarized Colors vs. ANSI Colors ###
+
+8-color terminal programs such as irssi use color codes that correspond to the
+expected 8 normal ANSI colors. irssi additionally supports bold, which
+terminal emulators will usually display by using the *bright* versions of the 8
+ANSI colors and/or by using a bold typeface with a heavier weight. (Note that
+different terminal emulators may have slightly different ideas of what color
+values to use when displaying the 16 [ANSI color escape
+codes](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANSI_escape_code#Colors)].)
+
+In order to be displayed by 8-color terminal programs, which cannot specify RGB
+values, Solarized must replace the default ANSI colors. Since the Solarized
+palette uses 16 colors, not only must this color scheme replace the 8 normal
+colors but must also take over the 8 bright colors, for a total of 16 colors.
+This means that a Solarized terminal application loses the ability to bold text
+but gains 8 more Solarized colors.
+
+About half of the Solarized palette is reminiscent of the original ANSI
+colors, e.g. Solarized red is close to ANSI red (or more precisley, the
+general consensus of what ANSI red should look like). But the rest of the
+Solarized colors do not correspond to any ANSI colors, e.g. there is no ANSI
+color that corresponds to Solarized orange or purple.
+
+This means that, for example, if the irssi theme wants to display "green", a
+Solarized terminal will display something close to green, but if the theme
+wants to display "bold yellow" or "bright yellow", a Solarized terminal will
+not be able to display it. However, a Solarized theme will be able to display
+the new colors orange and purple and also several shades of gray. This is
+again thanks to the replacement of the ANSI **bright** colors; e.g. ANSI "bold
+red", which is usually displayed as "bright red", will now show as Solarized
+orange, while ANSI "bold blue", which is usually displayed as "bright blue",
+will now be a shade of gray.
+
+### Terminal Emulator ###
+
+Because irssi is an ANSI 8-color terminal program, it is entirely dependent on
+the terminal emulator for the display of its colors. You cannot directly tell
+an irssi theme to display Solarized orange, e.g. by specifying an RGB value.
+Instead, the theme's colors must be chosen using the ANSI color codes with the
+expectation that the terminal emulator will display them as appropriate
+Solarized colors. For example, the irssi color format `%R` which normally
+would be "bold red" is expected to be displayed by the terminal emulator as
+Solarized orange.
+
+So in order for irssi to display the Solarized palette, you have to set your
+Terminal emulator's color settings to the Solarized palette. The [Solarized
+repository] includes theme settings for some popular terminal emulators as
+well as Xdefaults; or you can download them from the official [Solarized
+homepage]. If you use the irssi themes *without* having changed your
+emulator's palette, you will get a strange selection of colors that may be
+hard to read.
+
+Yes, this means that, to use the Solarized theme for irssi, you need to change
+color settings for not one but two different programs: your terminal emulator
+and irssi. The two sets of settings will work in concert to display Solarized
+colors appropriately.
+
+### Bold Settings ###
+
+Historically, there has been a one-to-one correspondence between the bolded
+versions of the 8 default ANSI colors and the bright versions of the 8 default
+colors. Back in the day, when a color program demanded the display of bold
+text, it was probably just easier for terminal emulators to display a brighter
+version of whatever color the text was (and expect the user to interpret that
+as bold) than to display a typeface with a bold weight
+
+Nowadays, it is easy for terminal emulators to display bold typefaces, so it
+doesn't make sense for bolded text to change color, but the confusing
+association remains. In fact, new terminal emulators allow users to break the
+correspondence between bold and bright and can simply change the font.
+
+However, ANSI 8-color terminal applications such as irssi only have a
+conception of bold and don't know about the possibility of using up to 16
+colors. So to use all 16 Solarized colors, we change the semantics of "bold"
+in the theme to mean that we want to access the 8 new Solarized colors,
+including the grays. Recall the example above, where we described that the
+irssi color format `%R`, which would have normally displayed bold red, is
+expected to show up as Solarized orange.
+
+This is why it is important to *not* break the association between bold and
+bright colors. Many terminal emulators offer an option to disable the use of
+bright colors for bold, and you must not do so. Often, new users of Solarized
+will be confused when they change their terminal emulator's color palette to
+Solarized but haven't yet installed Solarized-specific color themes for all
+their terminal applications (e.g. mutt, ls's dircolors, irssi, and their
+colorized shell prompts). They will see texts that are hard to read or
+disappear entirely. The solution isn't to disable bright colors; the solution
+is to install Solarized color themes for all terminal applications and then you
+will have all 16 colors.
+
+Also, because the semantics of "bold" are lost in favor of more colors, it
+also makes sense to disable the display of bold text as a bold typeface. It
+won't hurt to see bold typefaces wherever the new 8 Solarized colors are
+displayed but it doesn't make much sense anymore.
+
+Universal theme
+---------------
+
+The first irssi theme, called "universal", was designed to work best with both
+Solarized Dark and Light palettes, but also to work under default terminal
+colors. In other words, this theme was designed with a "fallback" scenario: if
+you happen to find yourself on a terminal where the Solarized palette has not
+been set up, you won't have elements become invisible or incrediby hard to
+read.
+
+Thus, this theme has been designed with these 4 palettes in mind:
+- Solarized Dark: "universal" works best with this scheme
+- Solarized Light: "universal" works almost as well as Solarized Dark (you
+ probably won't notice the difference, but if you do, it could be optimized
+ slightly by switching the theme's use of some of the Solarized base colors)
+- Default dark-background terminal colors
+- Default light-background terminal colors
+
+This theme was designed to be clean and functional, starting from the default
+theme distributed with irssi. Colors are strictly used for functionality and
+the number of colors visible is minimized when possible. Colors were selected
+based on the characteristics of the text characters to be displayed:
+- Visibility generally follows importance, with an attempt to let unimportant
+ text fade into the background (which is not always possible when supporting
+ both dark and light backgrounds)
+- Loud colors are chosen to call attention to noteworthy messages
+
+### Supported Scripts ###
+
+The following third-party scripts are supported:
+- [adv\_windowlist.pl](http://anti.teamidiot.de/static/nei/*/Code/Irssi/)
+- [usercount.pl](http://scripts.irssi.org/html/usercount.pl.html)
+- [trackbar.pl](http://scripts.irssi.org/html/trackbar.pl.html)
+
+### Screenshots ###
+
+This is how the "universal" theme for irssi looks under different palettes.
+Click images to see screenshots.
+
+Solarized Dark (this example uses iTerm2 on OS X)
+[<img src="https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-iTerm2-solarized_dark-th.png">](https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-iTerm2-solarized_dark.png)
+
+Solarized Light (this example uses iTerm2 on OS X)
+[<img src="https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-iTerm2-solarized_light-th.png">](https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-iTerm2-solarized_light.png)
+
+Default dark terminal colors (this example uses Apple's Terminal.app on OS X)
+[<img src="https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-Terminal.app-dark-th.png">](https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-Terminal.app-dark.png)
+
+Default light terminal colors (this example uses iTerm on OS X)
+[<img src="https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-iTerm-light-th.png">](https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized/raw/master/img/screen-irssi-in-iTerm-light.png)
+
+Downloads
+---------
+
+If you have come across these themes via the [irssi-only repository] on github,
+you may want to check the main [Solarized repository] to see if there is an
+official theme.
+
+At some point, the [irssi-only repository] may be kept in sync with the main
+[Solarized repository] and would then only be preserved separately for
+installation convenience only. At this time, issues, bug reports, changelogs
+are to be reported at the [irsii-only repository].
+
+[Solarized repository]: https://github.com/altercation/solarized
+[irsii-only repository]: https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized
+
+Installation
+------------
+
+1. Make sure that you have changed your terminal emulator's color settings to
+ the Solarized palette. (See the section "Understanding Solarized Colors in
+ Terminals" for an explanation.)
+
+ 1. Make sure that bold text is displayed using bright colors. For example,
+ - For iTerm2 on OS X, this means that Text Preferences must have the "Draw
+ bold text in bright colors" checkbox *selected*.
+ - For Apple's Terminal.app on OS X, this means that Text Settings must
+ have the "Use bright colors for bold text" checkbox *selected*.
+
+ 2. It's recommended to turn off the display of bold typeface for bold text. For
+ example,
+ - For iTerm on OS X, this means that Text Preferences should have the
+ "Draw bold text in bold font" checkbox *unselected*.
+ - For Apple's Terminal.app on OS X, this means that Text Settings
+ should have the "Use bold fonts" checkbox *unselected*.
+
+2. Obtain solarized-universal.theme
+
+ a) Option A: Download `solarized-universal.theme` from [irssi-only repository]
+ and place it in your ~/.irssi directory
+
+ b) Option B: To always have the latest version, clone the git repository:
+
+ $ git clone git://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized.git
+ $ ln -s $PWD/irssi-colors-solarized/solarized-universal.theme ~/.irssi/.
+
+3. Change your `~/.irssi/config` to include the following settings, while making
+ sure to replace `YOUR_NICKNAME` with your IRC nickname:
+
+ settings = {
+ ...
+ "fe-common/core" = {
+ ...
+ # Solarized
+ theme = "solarized-universal";
+ hilight_color = "= %R";
+ };
+ ...
+ };
+ hilights = (
+ { text = "YOUR_NICKNAME"; color = "%M"; nick = "yes"; word = "yes"; }
+ );
+ statusbar = {
+ ...
+ items = {
+ ...
+ # Solarized
+ lag = "{sb Lag: %m$0-%n}";
+ act = "{sb Act: $0-}";
+ more = "%k%3-- more --%n";
+ };
+ ...
+ };
+
+4. Optionally, if you have the `adv_windowlist.pl` or `trackbar.pl` scripts
+ installed, modify your `~/.irssi/config` so that:
+
+ settings = {
+ ...
+ "perl/core/scripts" = {
+ ...
+ ### For Solarized adv_windowlist.pl script
+ awl_display_key_active = "%k%2[$Q=$N:$C]%n";
+ awl_display_nokey_active = "%k%2[$N:$C]%n";
+ awl_display_key = "[$Q:$H$C$S]";
+ awl_display_nokey = "[$N:$H$C$S]";
+
+ ### For Solarized trackbar.pl script
+ trackbar_style = "%B";
+ };
+ ...
+ };
+
+The Solarized Color Values
+--------------------------
+
+L\*a\*b values are canonical (White D65, Reference D50), other values are
+matched in sRGB space.
+
+ SOLARIZED HEX 16/8 TERMCOL XTERM/HEX L*A*B sRGB HSB
+ --------- ------- ---- ------- ----------- ---------- ----------- -----------
+ base03 #002b36 8/4 brblack 234 #1c1c1c 15 -12 -12 0 43 54 193 100 21
+ base02 #073642 0/4 black 235 #262626 20 -12 -12 7 54 66 192 90 26
+ base01 #586e75 10/7 brgreen 240 #4e4e4e 45 -07 -07 88 110 117 194 25 46
+ base00 #657b83 11/7 bryellow 241 #585858 50 -07 -07 101 123 131 195 23 51
+ base0 #839496 12/6 brblue 244 #808080 60 -06 -03 131 148 150 186 13 59
+ base1 #93a1a1 14/4 brcyan 245 #8a8a8a 65 -05 -02 147 161 161 180 9 63
+ base2 #eee8d5 7/7 white 254 #d7d7af 92 -00 10 238 232 213 44 11 93
+ base3 #fdf6e3 15/7 brwhite 230 #ffffd7 97 00 10 253 246 227 44 10 99
+ yellow #b58900 3/3 yellow 136 #af8700 60 10 65 181 137 0 45 100 71
+ orange #cb4b16 9/3 brred 166 #d75f00 50 50 55 203 75 22 18 89 80
+ red #dc322f 1/1 red 160 #d70000 50 65 45 220 50 47 1 79 86
+ magenta #d33682 5/5 magenta 125 #af005f 50 65 -05 211 54 130 331 74 83
+ violet #6c71c4 13/5 brmagenta 61 #5f5faf 50 15 -45 108 113 196 237 45 77
+ blue #268bd2 4/4 blue 33 #0087ff 55 -10 -45 38 139 210 205 82 82
+ cyan #2aa198 6/6 cyan 37 #00afaf 60 -35 -05 42 161 152 175 74 63
+ green #859900 2/2 green 64 #5f8700 60 -20 65 133 153 0 68 100 60
+
+License
+-------
+Copyright (c) 2011 Huy Z
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
+in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
+to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
+copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
+THE SOFTWARE.
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+# irssi theme for the Solarized color palette
+# (Adapted from default theme distributed with irssi 0.8.15 circa 2011-04-25)
+#
+# Adaptation by: Huy Z
+# Source: https://github.com/huyz/irssi-colors-solarized
+#
+
+# When testing changes, the easiest way to reload the theme is with /RELOAD.
+# This reloads the configuration file too, so if you did any changes remember
+# to /SAVE it first. Remember also that /SAVE overwrites the theme file with
+# old data so keep backups :)
+
+# TEMPLATES:
+
+# The real text formats that irssi uses are the ones you can find with
+# /FORMAT command. Back in the old days all the colors and texts were mixed
+# up in those formats, and it was really hard to change the colors since you
+# might have had to change them in tens of different places. So, then came
+# this templating system.
+
+# Now the /FORMATs don't have any colors in them, and they also have very
+# little other styling. Most of the stuff you need to change is in this
+# theme file. If you can't change something here, you can always go back
+# to change the /FORMATs directly, they're also saved in these .theme files.
+
+# So .. the templates. They're those {blahblah} parts you see all over the
+# /FORMATs and here. Their usage is simply {name parameter1 parameter2}.
+# When irssi sees this kind of text, it goes to find "name" from abstracts
+# block below and sets "parameter1" into $0 and "parameter2" into $1 (you
+# can have more parameters of course). Templates can have subtemplates.
+# Here's a small example:
+# /FORMAT format hello {colorify {underline world}}
+# abstracts = { colorify = "%G$0-%n"; underline = "%U$0-%U"; }
+# When irssi expands the templates in "format", the final string would be:
+# hello %G%Uworld%U%n
+# ie. underlined bright green "world" text.
+# and why "$0-", why not "$0"? $0 would only mean the first parameter,
+# $0- means all the parameters. With {underline hello world} you'd really
+# want to underline both of the words, not just the hello (and world would
+# actually be removed entirely).
+
+# COLORS:
+
+# You can find definitions for the color format codes in docs/formats.txt.
+
+# There's one difference here though. %n format. Normally it means the
+# default color of the terminal (white mostly), but here it means the
+# "reset color back to the one it was in higher template". For example
+# if there was /FORMAT test %g{foo}bar, and foo = "%Y$0%n", irssi would
+# print yellow "foo" (as set with %Y) but "bar" would be green, which was
+# set at the beginning before the {foo} template. If there wasn't the %g
+# at start, the normal behaviour of %n would occur. If you _really_ want
+# to use the terminal's default color, use %N.
+
+#############################################################################
+
+# default foreground color (%N) - -1 is the "default terminal color"
+default_color = "-1";
+
+# print timestamp/servertag at the end of line, not at beginning
+info_eol = "false";
+
+# these characters are automatically replaced with specified color
+# (dark grey by default)
+replaces = { "[]=" = "%_$*%_"; };
+
+abstracts = {
+ ##
+ ## generic
+ ##
+
+ # text to insert at the beginning of each non-message line
+ # %G = brightgreen (Solarized: base01, i.e. darkest gray)
+ # %| probably right-aligns
+ line_start = " %G-!- ";
+
+ # timestamp styling, nothing by default
+ # %Y = brightyellow (Solarized: base00, i.e. 2nd darkest gray)
+ timestamp = "%Y$*%n";
+
+ # any kind of text that needs hilighting, default is to bold
+ hilight = "%_$*%_";
+
+ # any kind of error message, default is bright red
+ # %r = red
+ error = "%r$*%n";
+
+ # channel name is printed
+ channel = "%_$*%_";
+
+ # nick is printed
+ nick = "%_$*%_";
+
+ # nick host is printed
+ # (that's the "email" address of a user)
+ nickhost = "<$*>";
+
+ # server name is printed
+ server = "%_$*%_";
+
+ # some kind of comment is printed
+ comment = "($*)";
+
+ # reason for something is printed (part, quit, kick, ..)
+ reason = "{comment $*}";
+
+ # mode change is printed ([+o nick])
+ mode = "{comment $*}";
+
+ ##
+ ## channel specific messages
+ ##
+
+ # highlighted nick/host is printed (joins)
+ # %c = cyan
+ # NOTE: %n doesn't work in irssi v0.8.15 for some reason. So we have to end with the same color as line_start
+ #channick_hilight = "%C$*%n";
+ channick_hilight = "%c$*%G";
+ chanhost_hilight = "{nickhost $*}";
+
+ # nick/host is printed (parts, quits, etc.)
+ #channick = "%c$*%n";
+ channick = "$*";
+ chanhost = "{nickhost $*}";
+
+ # highlighted channel name is printed
+ channelhilight = "%c$*%n";
+
+ # ban/ban exception/invite list mask is printed
+ # %R = brightred (Solarized: orange)
+ ban = "%R$*%n";
+
+ ##
+ ## messages
+ ##
+
+ # the basic styling of how to print message, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
+ msgnick = "%_<%_$0$1-%_>%_ %|";
+
+ # message from you is printed. "msgownnick" specifies the styling of the
+ # nick ($0 part in msgnick) and "ownmsgnick" specifies the styling of the
+ # whole line.
+
+ # Example1: You want the message text to be green:
+ # ownmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}%g";
+ # Example2.1: You want < and > chars to be yellow:
+ # ownmsgnick = "%Y{msgnick $0 $1-%Y}%n";
+ # (you'll also have to remove <> from replaces list above)
+ # Example2.2: But you still want to keep <> grey for other messages:
+ # pubmsgnick = "%K{msgnick $0 $1-%K}%n";
+ # pubmsgmenick = "%K{msgnick $0 $1-%K}%n";
+ # pubmsghinick = "%K{msgnick $1 $0$2-%n%K}%n";
+ # ownprivmsgnick = "%K{msgnick $*%K}%n";
+ # privmsgnick = "%K{msgnick %R$*%K}%n";
+
+ # $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
+ ownmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}%b";
+ ownnick = "%b$*%n";
+
+ # public message in channel, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
+ pubmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}";
+ pubnick = "%N%_$*%_%n";
+
+ # public message in channel meant for me, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
+ pubmsgmenick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}";
+ # %m = magenta
+ menick = "%m$*%n";
+
+ # public highlighted message in channel
+ # $0 = highlight color, $1 = nick mode, $2 = nick
+ pubmsghinick = "{msgnick $1 $0$2-%n}";
+
+ # channel name is printed with message
+ # This is printed whenever the channel name is printed for disambiguation, e.g.
+ # while there is a query in the same window. Example: <+funnyuser:#test> hello
+ msgchannel = "%G:%c$*%n";
+
+ # private message, $0 = nick, $1 = host
+ # TODO: To test for Solarized
+ #privmsg = "[%m$0%K<%M$1-%K>%n] ";
+ privmsg = "[%m$0%G<%n$1-%G>%n] ";
+
+ # private message from you, $0 = "msg", $1 = target nick
+ # TODO: To test for Solarized
+ #ownprivmsg = "[%b$0%K<%B$1-%K>%n] ";
+ ownprivmsg = "[%b$0%G<%B$1-%G>%n] ";
+
+ # own private message in query
+ ownprivmsgnick = "{msgnick $*}%b";
+ ownprivnick = "%b$*%n";
+
+ # private message in query
+ # NOTE: for some reason, we gotta handle both the nick & msg on in this line
+ privmsgnick = "{msgnick %m$*%n}%m";
+
+ ##
+ ## Actions (/ME stuff)
+ ##
+
+ # used internally by this theme
+ action_core = "%_*%n $*";
+
+ # generic one that's used by most actions
+ action = "{action_core %_$*%n} ";
+
+ # own action, both private/public
+ ownaction = "{action_core %b$*%n} ";
+
+ # own action with target, both private/public
+ # NOTE: to test: /action NICK farted. (This will tell NICK that you farted)
+ # This is like a /me but only you and NICK will see
+ # TODO: To test for Solarized
+ ownaction_target = "{action_core $0}%G:%b$1%n ";
+
+ # private action sent by others
+ # TODO: To test for Solarized
+ # %M = brightmagenta (Solarized: violet)
+ pvtaction = "%M (*) $*%n ";
+ pvtaction_query = "{action $*}";
+
+ # public action sent by others
+ pubaction = "{action $*}";
+
+
+ ##
+ ## other IRC events
+ ##
+
+ # whois
+ whois = "%# $[8]0 : $1-";
+
+ # notices
+ # TODO: To adapt for Solarized
+ ownnotice = "[%b$0%G(%b$1-%G)]%n ";
+ notice = "%G-%M$*%G-%n ";
+ pubnotice_channel = "%G:%m$*";
+ pvtnotice_host = "%G(%m$*%G)";
+ servernotice = "%g!$*%n ";
+
+ # CTCPs
+ # TODO: To adapt for Solarized
+ ownctcp = "[%b$0%G(%b$1-%G)] ";
+ ctcp = "%g$*%n";
+
+ # wallops
+ wallop = "%c$*%n: ";
+ wallop_nick = "%n$*";
+ wallop_action = "%c * $*%n ";
+
+ # netsplits
+ netsplit = "%r$*%n";
+ netjoin = "%g$*%n";
+
+ # /names list
+ names_prefix = "";
+ names_nick = "[%_$0%_$1-] ";
+ names_nick_op = "{names_nick $*}";
+ names_nick_halfop = "{names_nick $*}";
+ names_nick_voice = "{names_nick $*}";
+ names_users = "[%g$*%n]";
+ names_channel = "%c$*%n";
+
+ # DCC
+ dcc = "%g$*%n";
+ dccfile = "%_$*%_";
+
+ # DCC chat, own msg/action
+ #dccownmsg = "[%r$0%K($1-%K)%n] ";
+ dccownmsg = "[%b$0%G($1-%G)%n] ";
+ dccownnick = "%b$*%n";
+ dccownquerynick = "%c$*%n";
+ dccownaction = "{action $*}";
+ dccownaction_target = "{action_core $0}%G:%c$1%n ";
+
+ # DCC chat, others
+ #dccmsg = "[%G$1-%K(%g$0%K)%n] ";
+ dccmsg = "[%g$1-%G($0%G)%n] ";
+ dccquerynick = "%g$*%n";
+ dccaction = "%c (*dcc*) $*%n %|";
+
+ ##
+ ## statusbar
+ ##
+
+ # default background for all statusbars. You can also give
+ # the default foreground color for statusbar items.
+ # NOTE: if all the other overriding settings below are set, this only seems to affect
+ # the content parts of the adv_windowlist. Default seems to be blue
+ # NOTE: if not set, the default background seems to be %w%4 = white on blue
+ # %4 = blue
+ sb_background = "%w%4";
+
+ # default backround for "default" statusbar group
+ # NOTE: this impacts the statusbar of an inactive window and the edges of adv_windowlist
+ # %7 = white (wich looks gray on a regular terminal with white bg)
+ sb_default_bg = "%k%7";
+
+ # background for topicbar at the top (defaults to sb_default_bg)
+ sb_topic_bg = "%W%0";
+
+ # background for the statusbar of active window. You can also give
+ # the foreground color.
+ # %2 = green
+ sb_window_bg = "%k%2";
+
+ # background for prompt / input line
+ sb_prompt_bg = "%n";
+ # background for info statusbar
+ # %8 = reverse window
+ # TODO: To test for Solarized
+ sb_info_bg = "%8";
+
+ # text at the beginning of statusbars. sb-item already puts
+ # space there,so we don't use anything by default.
+ sbstart = "";
+ # text at the end of statusbars. Use space so that it's never
+ # used for anything.
+ sbend = " ";
+
+ topicsbstart = "{sbstart $*}";
+ topicsbend = "{sbend $*}";
+
+ prompt = "$c$*%n> ";
+
+ # This controls each part of a statusbor, including the outer brackets of adv_windowlist
+ sb = " $* %M|%n";
+ # The mode is next to your NICK and the channel
+ # %Y = brightyellow (Solarized: base00, i.e. 2nd darkest gray)
+ sbmode = "%b(%n+$*%b)%n";
+ sbaway = " (%GzZzZ%n)";
+ # %Y = brightyellow (Solarized: base00, i.e. 2nd darkest gray)
+ sbservertag = ":$0 %b(change with ^X)%n";
+ sbnickmode = "$0";
+
+ # activity in statusbar
+
+ # ',' separator between the window numbers
+ # %g = green (same color as the active statusbar so we dont' see it)
+ sb_act_sep = "%g$*";
+ # normal text
+ # This also affects the color of the window with activity in adv_windowlist
+ sb_act_text = "%W$*";
+ # public message (ordinary messages)
+ sb_act_msg = "%R$*";
+ # hilight (when people actually chat)
+ # This also affects the color of the window with direct message in adv_windowlist
+ sb_act_hilight = "%m$*";
+ # hilight with specified color, $0 = color, $1 = text
+ sb_act_hilight_color = "$0$1-%n";
+
+ ### For usercount.pl script
+
+ #sb_usercount = "{sb %_$0%_ nicks ($1-)}";
+ sb_usercount = "{sb %_$0%_ users %Y(%n$1-%Y)%n}";
+ sb_uc_ircops = "%k*%n$*";
+ sb_uc_ops = "%k@%n$*";
+ sb_uc_halfops = "%k%%%n$*";
+ sb_uc_voices = "%k+%n$*";
+ sb_uc_normal = "$*";
+ # sb_uc_space = " ";
+
+ ### For adv_windowlist.pl script
+
+ # Mentioned in adv_windowlist but not default_theme
+ #sb_act_none = "%0%W";
+};
+
+formats = {
+ "fe-common/core" = {
+ daychange = " %g-----%w-%W-%n Day changed to %%D %W-%w-%g-----%n";
+ };
+};

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