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Colo(u)r Sampler Pack color scheme 4069 100543 [[[Oct 2012 Update]]] Top 100(ish) Themes, GUI Menu
molokai color scheme 5432 79588 A port of the monokai scheme for TextMate
wombat256.vim color scheme 633 60489 Wombat for 256 color xterms
Zenburn color scheme 1754 47680 Low contrast colour scheme for low light conditions
jellybeans.vim color scheme 854 38082 Colorful, dark color scheme
desert.vim color scheme 1425 36814 A dark-background color scheme inspired by my hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico
peaksea color scheme 1067 34135 Refined color, contains both gui and cterm256 for dark and light background
github theme color scheme 477 33448 A gvim colorscheme based on github's syntax highlighting
Wombat color scheme 1223 31659 Dark gray color scheme sharing some similarities with Desert
pyte color scheme 2176 28795 A clean, light (nearly white) theme
Lucius color scheme 785 28707 Light and dark color scheme for GUI and 256 color terminal.
desert256.vim color scheme 318 28645 A slightly-modified desert theme, for 88- and 256-color xterms.
xoria256.vim color scheme 488 27370 Soft pastel gamma on dark background, same appearence in {,g}vim
oceandeep color scheme 1130 26360 dark colorscheme, pleasant, mainly blue and blueish-green
twilight color scheme 261 25471 A clone of Textmates twilight scheme
inkpot color scheme 737 23872 Inkpot, a dark scheme for GUI and 88/256 colour terms
candy.vim color scheme 168 23425 color scheme ( background is black )
moria color scheme 622 22402 A color scheme for GUI supposed to be highly readable
yaml.vim color scheme 187 21562 Syntax coloring and functions for YAML
vividchalk.vim color scheme 359 21281 A colorscheme strangely reminiscent of Vibrant Ink for a certain OS X editor
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