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issue closeddracula/vim

Possible colorscheme bug in Vim

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What happened

This might be an aesthetic choice, but I have a feeling one of the colors is off.

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Screenshot from 2020-12-04 23-03-03

Machine Info

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  • Vim type (vim/gvim/neovim): vim
  • Vim version: 8.2.716
  • OS: Linux evertbook6 5.8.0-31-generic #33-Ubuntu SMP Mon Nov 23 18:44:54 UTC 2020 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
  • Terminal/Terminal Emulator/VTE: Alacritty
  • TERM environment variable: screen-256color

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Terminal 0: alacritty [references=1, flags=0x1]:
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   1: AX: (flag) true
   2: bce: (flag) true
   3: bel: (string) \a
   4: blink: (string) \033[5m
   5: bold: (string) \033[1m
   6: civis: (string) \033[?25l
   7: clear: (string) \033[H\033[2J
   8: cnorm: (string) \033[?12l\033[?25h
   9: colors: (number) 256
  10: Cr: (string) \033]112\a
  11: Cs: (string) \033]12;%p1%s\a
  12: csr: (string) \033[%i%p1%d;%p2%dr
  13: cub: (string) \033[%p1%dD
  14: cub1: (string) \b
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  16: cud1: (string) \n
  17: cuf: (string) \033[%p1%dC
  18: cuf1: (string) \033[C
  19: cup: (string) \033[%i%p1%d;%p2%dH
  20: cuu: (string) \033[%p1%dA
  21: cuu1: (string) \033[A
  22: cvvis: (string) \033[?12;25h
  23: dch: (string) \033[%p1%dP
  24: dch1: (string) \033[P
  25: dim: (string) \033[2m
  26: dl: (string) \033[%p1%dM
  27: dl1: (string) \033[M
  28: E3: (string) \033[3J
  29: ech: (string) \033[%p1%dX
  30: ed: (string) \033[J
  31: el: (string) \033[K
  32: el1: (string) \033[1K
  33: enacs: [missing]
  34: fsl: (string) \a
  35: home: (string) \033[H
  36: hpa: (string) \033[%i%p1%dG
  37: ich: (string) \033[%p1%d@
  38: ich1: [missing]
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  40: il1: (string) \033[L
  41: indn: (string) \033[%p1%dS
  42: invis: (string) \033[8m
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  52: kDC6: (string) \033[3;6~
  53: kDC7: (string) \033[3;7~
  54: kdch1: (string) \033[3~
  55: kDN: (string) \033[1;2B
  56: kDN3: (string) \033[1;3B
  57: kDN4: (string) \033[1;4B
  58: kDN5: (string) \033[1;5B
  59: kDN6: (string) \033[1;6B
  60: kDN7: (string) \033[1;7B
  61: kend: (string) \033OF
  62: kEND: (string) \033[1;2F
  63: kEND3: (string) \033[1;3F
  64: kEND4: (string) \033[1;4F
  65: kEND5: (string) \033[1;5F
  66: kEND6: (string) \033[1;6F
  67: kEND7: (string) \033[1;7F
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  92: kf31: (string) \033[18;5~
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  95: kf34: (string) \033[21;5~
  96: kf35: (string) \033[23;5~
  97: kf36: (string) \033[24;5~
  98: kf37: (string) \033[1;6P
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 158: kNXT6: (string) \033[6;6~
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 191: setaf: (string) \033[%?%p1%{8}%<%t3%p1%d%e%p1%{16}%<%t9%p1%{8}%-%d%e38;5;%p1%d%;m
 192: setrgbb: [missing]
 193: setrgbf: [missing]
 194: Setulc: [missing]
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 208: U8: [missing]
 209: vpa: (string) \033[%i%p1%dd
 210: xenl: (flag) true
 211: XT: (flag) true
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evert

issue commentdracula/vim

Possible colorscheme bug in Vim

Amazing 1) worked! Thank you

evert

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pull request commentdracula/vim

Syntax Highlighting specific for PureScript

I haven't checked the spec matching. I was going to compare this to the Haskell highlighting, but the default Haskell highlighting must be pretty poor because it's not very good (I know not all of the names make sense, but I do know the syntaxes are similar enough to be comparable):

Capture d’écran 2020-12-05 à 13 48 00

So, sounds good to me. But if you have recommendations for Haskell syntax, or there are changes that would be good to make here, let me/us know!

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issue commentdracula/vim

Possible colorscheme bug in Vim

Two options:

  1. enable italics inside tmux (tmux/shell/vim configuration)
  2. disable italics for dracula (vim configuration).

For (1), I use a custom terminfo for tmux-256color and make sure to set the terminal-emulator (TERM) to that in tmux.

You could also do something like

if $TERM =~# '\v(tmux.*)|(screen.*)'
  " set any of t_so, t_se, t_ZH, t_ZR that are necessary
endif

For (2), you can just do

let g:dracula_italic = 0

before you call :colorscheme dracula; you can wrap this in similar conditionals.

evert

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issue commentdracula/vim

Possible colorscheme bug in Vim

This is an issue inside tmux but not outside of tmux! Outside of tmux I'm getting a italic-style font.

evert

comment created time in 18 hours

issue openeddracula/vim

Possible colorscheme bug in Vim

<!-- Thanks for your interest in reporting an issue.

Before submitting, please refer to the following common issues and solutions:

Running vim in a terminal?

  • Try adding set termguicolors to your vimrc.

Running vim with tmux?

  • Be sure you have terminal-overrides to enable truecolor (if supported in your term)
  • Be sure your default-terminal is set to, ideally, tmux-256color. If your OS doesn't have tmux-256color terminfo files, google them and add them using tic

Having issues with font styles (italic, bold, underline)?

  • Be sure your terminal supports these styles.
  • If running tmux, see tmux section.
  • If all else fails, disable the style by setting let g:dracula_<style-name> = 0 in your vimrc, where <style-name> is one of (italic, bold, underline, undercurl, inverse)

If the above did not resolve your issue, please complete all fields of the form below. -->

What happened

This might be an aesthetic choice, but I have a feeling one of the colors is off.

See how console.log is highlighted below:

Screenshot

Screenshot from 2020-12-04 23-03-03

Machine Info

<!-- if on a *nix system, please provide the output of uname -a for OS field -->

  • Vim type (vim/gvim/neovim): vim
  • Vim version: 8.2.716
  • OS: Linux evertbook6 5.8.0-31-generic #33-Ubuntu SMP Mon Nov 23 18:44:54 UTC 2020 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
  • Terminal/Terminal Emulator/VTE: Alacritty
  • TERM environment variable: screen-256color

Additional Info

<!-- If using Tmux, please provide the output of tmux info

If having issues with text rendering, please provide the output of infocmp -->

Terminal 0: alacritty [references=1, flags=0x1]:
   0: acsc: (string) ``aaffggiijjkkllmmnnooppqqrrssttuuvvwwxxyyzz{{||}}~~
   1: AX: (flag) true
   2: bce: (flag) true
   3: bel: (string) \a
   4: blink: (string) \033[5m
   5: bold: (string) \033[1m
   6: civis: (string) \033[?25l
   7: clear: (string) \033[H\033[2J
   8: cnorm: (string) \033[?12l\033[?25h
   9: colors: (number) 256
  10: Cr: (string) \033]112\a
  11: Cs: (string) \033]12;%p1%s\a
  12: csr: (string) \033[%i%p1%d;%p2%dr
  13: cub: (string) \033[%p1%dD
  14: cub1: (string) \b
  15: cud: (string) \033[%p1%dB
  16: cud1: (string) \n
  17: cuf: (string) \033[%p1%dC
  18: cuf1: (string) \033[C
  19: cup: (string) \033[%i%p1%d;%p2%dH
  20: cuu: (string) \033[%p1%dA
  21: cuu1: (string) \033[A
  22: cvvis: (string) \033[?12;25h
  23: dch: (string) \033[%p1%dP
  24: dch1: (string) \033[P
  25: dim: (string) \033[2m
  26: dl: (string) \033[%p1%dM
  27: dl1: (string) \033[M
  28: E3: (string) \033[3J
  29: ech: (string) \033[%p1%dX
  30: ed: (string) \033[J
  31: el: (string) \033[K
  32: el1: (string) \033[1K
  33: enacs: [missing]
  34: fsl: (string) \a
  35: home: (string) \033[H
  36: hpa: (string) \033[%i%p1%dG
  37: ich: (string) \033[%p1%d@
  38: ich1: [missing]
  39: il: (string) \033[%p1%dL
  40: il1: (string) \033[L
  41: indn: (string) \033[%p1%dS
  42: invis: (string) \033[8m
  43: kcbt: (string) \033[Z
  44: kcub1: (string) \033OD
  45: kcud1: (string) \033OB
  46: kcuf1: (string) \033OC
  47: kcuu1: (string) \033OA
  48: kDC: (string) \033[3;2~
  49: kDC3: (string) \033[3;3~
  50: kDC4: (string) \033[3;4~
  51: kDC5: (string) \033[3;5~
  52: kDC6: (string) \033[3;6~
  53: kDC7: (string) \033[3;7~
  54: kdch1: (string) \033[3~
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  56: kDN3: (string) \033[1;3B
  57: kDN4: (string) \033[1;4B
  58: kDN5: (string) \033[1;5B
  59: kDN6: (string) \033[1;6B
  60: kDN7: (string) \033[1;7B
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  64: kEND4: (string) \033[1;4F
  65: kEND5: (string) \033[1;5F
  66: kEND6: (string) \033[1;6F
  67: kEND7: (string) \033[1;7F
  68: kf1: (string) \033OP
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  70: kf11: (string) \033[23~
  71: kf12: (string) \033[24~
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  79: kf2: (string) \033OQ
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  96: kf35: (string) \033[23;5~
  97: kf36: (string) \033[24;5~
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 143: kIC7: (string) \033[2;7~
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background color break after update

Setting let g:dracula_colorterm=0 before calling colorscheme dracula solves the issue for me.

"And I really don't want to see these garbage patches just mindlessly sent around." ---- Linus Torvalds

I think this feature is one of them.

You really should to try this, it's nice for me!

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Terminal blue is way off

The blue and cyan there are far too close to being the same thing.

Agree. Ideally, the contrast (hue angle diff) in magenta/purple/blue/sky/cyan would be somewhat consistent, or at least as much as the palette allows it.

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Please add a blue color to the palette

The current AnsiBlue is actually purple from the palette, which is too different to be considered "blue". Please consider adding a blue-ish color to the standard palette, or at least use a proper blue for blue and bright blue ANSI colors. See https://github.com/dracula/visual-studio-code/issues/166

terminals do have the concept of "blue" [...] Terminals are generic. Any kind of program can run in them. I gave the ls example (which bothers just because I'm used to blue for folders), but other programs may run where "blue" isn't a code for representing some other concept - it really means "a blue color".

NOTE: depending on the blue you choose, you might want to tweak ANSI cyan as well so that the purple/blue/cyan contrast is consistent (not too much or too little) with the contrast in the default colors you usually find in terminals (e.g. Ubuntu bash).

Just an example, #666ce8 is a blue that's still kind of close to purple https://colorpalettes.net/color-palette-1650/ Night blue Night blue in terminal

You can also take bats, halloween or dracula as an inspiration, for example: Bat blue Halloween blue Dracula blue

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Terminal blue is way off

Do you have something against the blue color? :laughing: You just skipped it in your palette... why not just add one more color? I mean... purple is not a shade of blue by any stretch of the imagination. That's like saying orange is a shade of red. Also, I'd think Dracula and bats have everything to do with blue.

Palettes are meant for mapping colors to semantics, but like you said terminals do have the concept of "blue". It's not just "choose eight arbitrary different colors for these semantics", they're supposed to correspond. Terminals are generic. Any kind of program can run in them. I gave the ls example (which bothers just because I'm used to blue for folders), but other programs may run where "blue" isn't a code for representing some other concept - it really means "a blue color".

Well, do whatever you want. Thankfully I can just override ansiBlue in VS Code, so I don't have to stop using the theme. But I have to say... this is wrong. Conceptually wrong. Especially for something that's supposed to be generic and usable everywhere.

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Terminal blue is way off

Please fix the terminal blue/brightBlue colors. They're way off (in purple). To test just do a ls / in bash. Folders should be blue. The purple is really confusing. To test all terminal colors: for ((i=0; i<=48; i++)); do; tput setaf "$i"; echo HELLOBASH; done

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You might want to tweak cyan a little bit as well.

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Color in v2.22.2 looks brighter than v2.22.1

Thank you for your reply, but on my screen, not only did I observe the abnormal color in the comment part, but all other colors appeared brighter. Is this also intended? For example, in v2.22.2, the color of the string "4.17.5", the keyword "function", the keyword "RegExp" and the number "32" are all brighter than v2.22.1, which can be confirmed with a color picker.

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entity.name.type overrides

sorry, i am not an advanced user I was just trying to understand why the "entity.name.type" rule overrides the "meta.type.parameters entity.name.type" I say this because the color inside TS type declaration is the same that the entity typed image

But in other theme that i have, the theme has the same token rule but it dont overrides

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Color in v2.22.2 looks brighter than v2.22.1

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After upgrading to v2.22.2, the color scheme of the soft theme looks brighter. I don't know if this change is expected or unexpected. Screenshot below:

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entity.name.type overrides

Why this rule is overriding for me?

ANother theme that I have, the same rule "entity.name.type" does not override "meta.type.parameters entity.name.type"

I can't understand what's going on.

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