I have a little problem though: in Gvim, I have the current line highlighted via "set cul" in .vimrc. However, in terminal vim, this highlights the current line and underlines the whole line. How would I only get it to highlight the current line?
I found you when I checked out a colorscheme BusyBee, which was in some package in official Gentoo portage tree, author mentioned that it was a modification of this colorscheme. Long way just to say Great Job! I love it!
Fantastic! The best thing about this fabulous theme is not forgetting about console users. There are various other themes that suck big time only because on console they look like shit. Your theme is perfect! Thanks!
! Xft font name style XTerm*faceName:Liberation Mono XTerm*faceSize:9 ! Enable 256 color XTerm*termNameterm-color XTerm*cursorBlink:false XTerm*utf8:1 XTerm*loginShell:true ! Fix some input and <Alt> for ncurses XTerm*eightBitInput:false XTerm*altSendsEscape:true ! Matches selection for URLs and emails when double-click XTerm*charClass: 33:48,37-38:48,45-47:48,64:48,58:48,126:48,61:48,63:48,43:48,35:38 XTerm*trimSelection: true
! Sets Xcursor theme (installed under /usr/share/icons/ or ~/.icons/) Xcursor.theme:Vanilla-DMZ-AA
Yes, that would be a choice. The only thing is that Geany use serval files for the different syntax styles. That's not bad at all, but means a lot of work if you want to "colorize" every syntax to your needs. Maybe i'll give it a try if i have some time...or i invest the time to learn the shortcuts for Vim...