Vice City color scheme


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Details

Details about the Vice City color scheme.

The Vice City color scheme is optimized for light text on dark background using 80's style hi-viz colors. It is suitable for all kinds of programming and scripting languages as well as config files. It is available for the following applications:

You can download the color scheme files on the bottom of this page.


Preview

Below is an example of some Python code in these editors using the Vice City color scheme.

As you can see, the colors of the scheme are not absolutely identical. Depending on the used text editor and terminal colors (when using Vim on a shell) there are some negligible syntax highlighting differences.

There are two flavors of the color scheme. In the default one, the color for the comments is fuchsia. On one hand to make them clearly recognizable and on the other hand because it is a typical 80's hi-viz color. You can also get the color scheme with dark gray comments.



Vim (on a shell with opaque gray background)

Vim (on a shell with transparent background)

Vice City color scheme for Vim (on a shell with opaque gray background)
Vice City color scheme for Vim (on a shell with transparent background)






gedit
Spyder

Vice City color scheme for the GNOME Editor (gedit)
Vice City color scheme for Spyder



Installation

How to install the color scheme.

GitHub logoDownloads and further information can be found on GitHub.