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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)
Light/Laptop (Full size)
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.
Sorry for the abysmal quality but here's my spacemacs setup:
The color theme and rainbow parentheses colors are so compatible and beautiful!
Thanks! That's the city lights doom theme.
Can't see it... Maybe you forgot your image link.
Yeah, we can't see it.
Ahh sorry, I forgot to add it in the markdown. I've edited it.
VS Code here!
Here is mine (VIM):
VS Code checking in
Just a scrub using a very simple Visual Studio Code setup, don't mind me... 🙃
One day I swear I'll clean up the rainbow fest of my color scheme :).
Neovim + Solarized Dark
Mine: Atom ...
VSCode + Vim w\ custom mods.
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