re: Show your editor! VIEW POST

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I have two screenshots to show, they're both using the Gruvbox colourscheme. The dark one is my desktop and the light one is my laptop. Due to where in the house I use them and the generally crappy quality of the laptop screen I have to use the light version there because the dark one is nearly unreadable due to being so washed out.

Dark/Desktop (Full size)
Screenshot of NeoVim
Light/Laptop (Full size)
Screenshot of NeoVim

I like to keep things pretty plain and uncluttered, so I mostly use Tim Pope's plugins that enhance existing vim features instead of loading it down with a lot of fancy IDE-like things.

Edited to add
My terminal emulator is the XST fork of the Suckless.org Simple Terminal, and the font is Hermit :)

 

Once I tried to create something like this. These types of vims are so beautiful.

 

My dotfiles are all up at gitlab.com/kungtotte/dotfiles :)

The most relevant one is obviously init.vim.

My terminal gets its configuration from .Xresources. If you use a different terminal, this obviously doesn't apply.

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