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This is a mirror of http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2536 This color scheme was originally created by combining my favorite parts of the following color schemes: * oceandeep (vimscript #368) * peaksea (vimscript #760) * wombat (vimscript #1778) * moria (vimscript #1464) * zenburn (vimscript #415) Version 6+ has been revamped a bit from the original color scheme. If you prefer the old style, or the 'blue' version, use the 5Final release. Version 6+ only has a light and dark version. The new version tries to unify some of the colors and also adds more contrast between text and interface. The color scheme is dark, by default. You can change this by setting the g:lucius_style variable to "light" or "dark". Once the color scheme is loaded, you can use the commands "LuciusLight" or "LuciusDark" to change schemes quickly. Screeshots of the new version (6+): * Dark: http://i.imgur.com/IzYcB.png * Light: http://i.imgur.com/kfJcm.png Screenshots of the old versions (5Final): * Dark: http://i.imgur.com/z0bDr.png * Light: http://i.imgur.com/BXDiv.png * Blue: http://i.imgur.com/Ea1Gq.png colorsupport.vim (vimscript #2682) is used to help with mapping the GUI settings to the 256 terminal colors. This color scheme also has custom colors defined for the following plugins: * vimwiki (vimscript #2226) * tagbar (vimscript #3465)