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simpleandfriendly.vim : A simple color scheme - with some eye-friendly colors.

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created by
Thomas Schmall
 
script type
color scheme
 
description
This colors evolved over a long time. I tried to use very eye-friendly colors and put some optical emphasis on comments.

Screenshot: http://www.oxpal.com/downloads/vim/simpleandfriendly_split.png

I looked for more subtle colors than those of the VI-distrib. I took a default-scheme and changed around, 'til I liked it. Not sure if the commands are enough for hardcore programmers that work with complex syntax, so please let me know where I can enhance it.
 
install details
Download and move to the ~/.vim/colors Folder. You can then choose the scheme from the menu (Edit>Color Scheme>simpleandfriendly) or type
:colorscheme simpleandfriendly

If you want a color scheme as default you simply write the command in your ~/.vimrc file - in this case:
colorscheme simpleandfriendly
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
simpleandfriendly.vim 1.4 2009-11-02 6.0 Thomas Schmall Added highlighting for current line.
simpleandfriendly.vim 1.3 2004-11-19 6.0 Thomas Schmall line number colors changed
simpleandfriendly.vim 1.2 2004-06-14 6.0 Thomas Schmall included title, number and const
simpleandfriendly.vim 1.1 2004-06-13 6.0 Thomas Schmall - included more color definitions (operator (bold), identifier, error, special and todo)
- changed some colors (identifier and type aso)
simpleandfriendly.vim 1.0 2003-10-14 6.0 Thomas Schmall uploaded again, because of the wrong file ending
ip used for rating: 54.91.84.149

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