Name: [9521] Justin Lilly
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Vim: Installing a Color Scheme [ID:861] (5/7)

in series: An Introduction to Vim Macros

video tutorial by Justin Lilly, added 09/08

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This is a quick screencast on how to install a vim colorscheme. In this example, I show how to install the matrix color scheme.

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thank you man!


9. anonymous Fri, 13 Nov 2009 11:46

Brief and to the point; just how I like it !

Well done.

Deej


8. anonymous Fri, 13 Nov 2009 11:46

Brief and to the point; just how I like it !

Well done.

Deej


7. anonymous Wed, 05 Aug 2009 12:31

Thanks for your tutorials , trully appreciate it, nicelly done...keep up the great work!!!


6. anonymous Wed, 29 Jul 2009 10:59

Thanks for the quick tutorial. I spent about 30 minutes the other day trying to make this work and never could figure it out. Thanks for the help.


5. anonymous Thu, 04 Jun 2009 12:46

This was awesome. It gave me the information I needed.


4. anonymous Mon, 06 Apr 2009 20:32

Thanks for this tutorial. I did not realize one could use wget like that. I found that quite helpful as I use putty from my windows laptop to program on my Ubuntu desktop over a wireless network. The standard vim colour scheme is too colourfull for me and i did not know how to change it. This tutorial was perfect!


cool. I settled on desert, after a lot of fun trying out various schemes. One of the true joys of Vim lies in personalizing ones setup.

check out this great resource which allows comparison between most of the colorschemes available:

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~maverick/VimColorSchemeTest/index-c.html


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