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Active 2 years, 6 months ago. Viewed 14k times. I want to use vim in the osx-terminal with the solarized colorscheme.
So i downloaded the solarized. So, what am i doing wrong?
Colors in the included Solarized Dark theme are washed out
Unzip the package and locate the osx-terminal. Double click on Solarized Dark ansi. Select the theme in the Terminal. You can press default to have it default selected. Kendall 2 2 gold badges 11 11 silver badges 27 27 bronze badges. If you have the problem about the "unidentified developer", just use a context click right click on the item and choose "open" and say "yes". Can I delete all the downloaded files after I've done this?
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The name of the plugin is the same as the subfolder in plugins.
If you pop open the source code for the plugins you can very often see in the documentation, what commands the plugin adds to the shell. Look for theme names in the themes folder.
It is the file name, minus the zsh-theme extension. In the Terminal. We are going to install the Solarized Dark and Solarized Light themes for some human eye friendly color combinations. If your system then complains that it is from an unidentified developer, you have to temporarily allow applications from anywhere.
Changing the preferences of Terminal. If you are using Gnome Terminal it is possible that you can set it in the preferences somewhere. Again look at the solarized page see above. To change the standard shell, you can run the little command-line utility chsh.
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