On Sun, Mar 09, 2003 at 09:01:37AM -0800, Nathan Kinkade wrote:

> You can create your own color schemes for just about anything in VIM.
> You can set which color scheme you use by setting the 'colorscheme'
> variable in your vimrc file.  The various color schemes are likely
> located in the dir /usr/local/share/vim/vim61/colors.  Also, you can set
> your colorscheme dynamically from within VIM using ``:color {name}''.
> I'm sure that a web search for something like ``vim colorscheme'' would
> produce much results.

Thanks. Elflord seems to be quite nice.

Wayne Pascoe

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