kandi X-RAY | iTerm2-Color-Schemes Summary
kandi X-RAY | iTerm2-Color-Schemes Summary
Over 250 terminal color schemes/themes for iTerm/iTerm2. Includes ports to Terminal, Konsole, PuTTY, Xresources, XRDB, Remmina, Termite, XFCE, Tilda, FreeBSD VT, Terminator, Kitty, MobaXterm, LXTerminal, Microsoft's Windows Terminal, Visual Studio, Alacritty
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I have this issue several times, the last thing I attempted was some patched solarized dark theme (that I can't seem to find, sorry for no link) but the problem with that was it made
vim background really bright.
This problem was reported in 2011, so I'm guessing I'm just really bad at googling cause I can't find a solution (stumbled upon this about 5 times in the past year), nor an article about it from a recent date.
Does this problem even have a solution, if so, could you walk me through it?
This is a screenshot for those who doesn't know about this issue:
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ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-24 at 15:35
I found a quick hack for iTerm2 users, just increment the contrast a little bit.
No vulnerabilities reported
Direct way via keyboard shortcut: Launch iTerm 2. Get the latest version at iterm2.com Type CMD+i (⌘+i) Navigate to Colors tab Click on Color Presets Click on Import Click on the schemes folder Select the .itermcolors profiles you would like to import Click on Color Presets and choose a color scheme
Via iTerm preferences (go to the same configuration location as above): Launch iTerm 2. Get the latest version at iterm2.com Click on iTerm2 menu title Select Preferences... option Select Profiles Navigate to Colors tab Click on Color Presets Click on Import Select the .itermcolors file(s) of the schemes you'd like to use * Click on Color Presets and choose a color scheme
Via Bash script Launch iTerm 2. Get the latest version at iterm2.com Run the following command: # Import all color schemes tools/import-scheme.sh schemes/* # Import all color schemes (verbose mode) tools/import-scheme.sh -v schemes/* # Import specific color schemes (quotations are needed for schemes with spaces in name) tools/import-scheme.sh 'schemes/SpaceGray Eighties.itermcolors' # by file path tools/import-scheme.sh 'SpaceGray Eighties' # by scheme name tools/import-scheme.sh Molokai 'SpaceGray Eighties' # import multiple Restart iTerm 2. (Need to quit iTerm 2 to reload the configuration file.)
To install under the X Window System:.
Import the .xrdb file of the scheme you'd like to use: #include "/home/mbadolato/iTerm2-Color-Schemes/xrdb/Blazer.xrdb"
Use the #defines provided by the imported .xrdb file: Rxvt*color0: Ansi_0_Color Rxvt*color1: Ansi_1_Color Rxvt*color2: Ansi_2_Color Rxvt*color3: Ansi_3_Color Rxvt*color4: Ansi_4_Color Rxvt*color5: Ansi_5_Color Rxvt*color6: Ansi_6_Color Rxvt*color7: Ansi_7_Color Rxvt*color8: Ansi_8_Color Rxvt*color9: Ansi_9_Color Rxvt*color10: Ansi_10_Color Rxvt*color11: Ansi_11_Color Rxvt*color12: Ansi_12_Color Rxvt*color13: Ansi_13_Color Rxvt*color14: Ansi_14_Color Rxvt*color15: Ansi_15_Color Rxvt*colorBD: Bold_Color Rxvt*colorIT: Italic_Color Rxvt*colorUL: Underline_Color Rxvt*foreground: Foreground_Color Rxvt*background: Background_Color Rxvt*cursorColor: Cursor_Color XTerm*color0: Ansi_0_Color XTerm*color1: Ansi_1_Color XTerm*color2: Ansi_2_Color XTerm*color3: Ansi_3_Color XTerm*color4: Ansi_4_Color XTerm*color5: Ansi_5_Color XTerm*color6: Ansi_6_Color XTerm*color7: Ansi_7_Color XTerm*color8: Ansi_8_Color XTerm*color9: Ansi_9_Color XTerm*color10: Ansi_10_Color XTerm*color11: Ansi_11_Color XTerm*color12: Ansi_12_Color XTerm*color13: Ansi_13_Color XTerm*color14: Ansi_14_Color XTerm*color15: Ansi_15_Color XTerm*colorBD: Bold_Color XTerm*colorIT: Italic_Color XTerm*colorUL: Underline_Color XTerm*foreground: Foreground_Color XTerm*background: Background_Color XTerm*cursorColor: Cursor_Color
Store the above snippets in a file and pass it in: xrdb -merge YOUR_FILE_CONTAINING_ABOVE_SNIPPETS
Open new XTerm or Rxvt windows to see the changes.
Adapt this procedure to other terminals as needed.
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