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molokai color scheme 5384 76878 A port of the monokai scheme for TextMate
Colo(u)r Sampler Pack color scheme 4037 98584 [[[Oct 2012 Update]]] Top 100(ish) Themes, GUI Menu
sonoma.vim color scheme 2421 5973 An easy-breezy colorscheme that captures the look and feel of Xcode.
pyte color scheme 2168 27420 A clean, light (nearly white) theme
dw_colors color scheme 1774 7385 Set of black color schemes with some highlight variations
Zenburn color scheme 1738 46217 Low contrast colour scheme for low light conditions
Dev_Delight color scheme 1417 3420 This Color-Scheme provides a very Elegant Display with Minimal Eye-Strain
gruvbox color scheme 1396 4166 Retro groove color scheme for Vim
desert.vim color scheme 1378 35238 A dark-background color scheme inspired by my hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico
Wombat color scheme 1215 30297 Dark gray color scheme sharing some similarities with Desert
Gentooish color scheme 1204 5084 Dark, moderately-saturated color scheme with greens and purples
oceandeep color scheme 1120 25947 dark colorscheme, pleasant, mainly blue and blueish-green
peaksea color scheme 1044 32764 Refined color, contains both gui and cterm256 for dark and light background
Solarized color scheme 824 17221 Beautiful dual light/dark, selective contrast, GUI/256/16 colorscheme
werks.vim color scheme 788 4352 A dark colorscheme inspired by desert.vim.
jellybeans.vim color scheme 785 33682 Colorful, dark color scheme
Lucius color scheme 769 27053 Light and dark color scheme for GUI and 256 color terminal.
Railscasts Theme (GUI&256color) color scheme 756 15099 A railscasts color theme that works in 256color terminals as well as gui
inkpot color scheme 733 23202 Inkpot, a dark scheme for GUI and 88/256 colour terms
Neverness colour scheme color scheme 704 4891 A dark colour scheme
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