Dim (/dɪm/; a contraction of Default IMproved) is a clone of Vim’s default colorscheme, with some improvements.
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Dim

Dim (/dɪm/; a contraction of Default IMproved) is a clone of Vim’s default colorscheme, with some improvements:

  • It only uses ANSI colors, so you can assign colors in your terminal emulator yourself
  • Syntax highlighting is consistent on light and dark backgrounds

Comparison

colorscheme default colorscheme dim
wwdc16.terminal wwdc16 dark with Vim's default color schemewwdc16 light with Vim's default color scheme wwdc16 dark with Dimwwdc16 light with Dim
appsignal.terminal appsignal dark with Vim's default color schemeappsignal light with Vim's default color scheme appsignal dark with Dimappsignal light with Dim
Dimmed comments, line numbers, folds, color columns and completion menus. Comments and line numbers in Vim's default color scheme Comments and line numbers in the Dim color scheme
Inverted selections Selections in Vim's default color scheme Selections in the Dim color scheme
Clear diff coloring Diff coloring in Vim's default color scheme Diff coloring in the Dim color scheme