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Solarized - Ethan Schoonover

Solarized - Ethan Schoonover
Precision colors for machines and people Solarized is a sixteen color palette (eight monotones, eight accent colors) designed for use with terminal and gui applications. It has several unique properties. I designed this colorscheme with both precise CIELAB lightness relationships and a refined set of hues based on fixed color wheel relationships. It has been tested extensively in real world use on color calibrated displays (as well as uncalibrated/intentionally miscalibrated displays) and in a variety of lighting conditions. See the changelog for what’s new in the most recent release. Currently available in formats for (cf screenshots below): Editors & IDEs Vim by me (the Vim-only portion of Solarized is available here, for use with Pathogen, etc.). Terminal Emulators Xresources / XdefaultsiTerm2OS X Terminal.appPutty courtesy Brant Bobby and on GitHub Other Applications Mutt e-mail client also by me (just the Mutt colorscheme is available here) Palettes Adobe Photoshop Palette (inc. Download

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