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I made my own theme, which can be found here: https://github.com/koekeishiya/dotfiles/blob/master/nvim/colors/koe.new.vim
Terminal colors are defined here: https://github.com/koekeishiya/dotfiles/blob/master/kitty/kitty.conf#L147
I use https://github.com/koekeishiya/Statusbar to create the top and bottom menubar. The macOS Menubar and Dock are both set to autohide (in System Preferences).
The terminal I use is https://github.com/kovidgoyal/kitty which is really fast, and quite customizable.
The editor is neovim, using my custom theme that can be found here: https://github.com/koekeishiya/dotfiles/blob/master/nvim/colors/koe.new.vim
Uh, I can't really say why. My full neovim environment can be found here: https://github.com/koekeishiya/dotfiles/tree/master/nvim
The theme I made is solely for C/C++ code, so if you are editing other types of text, that may affect what it looks like (as I have not tested this).
If the colors just don't match, it may be that the terminal emulator you are running has swapped around what is considered bright & dark colors. I remember having an issue with this back when I was using iTerm2.
You might also look into if you have proper support for truecolor, but I doubt this is the issue.