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  1. Macos Terminal Color Scheme
  2. Gvim Color Scheme
  3. Mac Vi Syntax Colors
  4. Mac Terminal Syntax Highlight
  5. Vim Color Setting
  6. Mac Vi Color

Question or issue on macOS:

I have installed MacVim but I cannot figure out how to do some formatting things.

The screen shot below shows:

Here is what I would like to do:

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This is my .gvimrc:

This is the color scheme for .jak files located in (~/.vim/syntax/jak.vim):

How to solve this problem?

Macos terminal color scheme

Solution no. 1:

For the font issue (in .gvimrc):

will set the font in MacVim to Menlo, size 11.

As for the syntax highlighting, it might just be that the colorscheme you are using in console vim is not being picked up by MacVim:

Putting this command in .gvimrc will use the xoria256 colorscheme (for example). I have found that the colorscheme setting in .vimrc are not always picked up correctly.

Solution no. 2:

If you’d like to experiment with your font settings try

That will allow you to choose a font using the standard mac font window. Once you’ve found the font you like, type:

It will show you what the current setting is for guifont. Then you can type that into your .gvimrc.

Solution no. 3:

I’m not on a mac right now so I can’t find the exact reference for you, but I found that while playing around in the menus, one can manually change some of these settings… and then to bring up the configuration file to see what those settings translate to in words. As a result, I was able to add these lines to my standard ~/.vimrc (which Macvim does read), in order to change the font:

MacMac Vi Color

You should be able to find similar settings for colours very nearby.
(I’ll edit this answer when I get back to my mac to add more details… you’ll have to wait ~6 hours though.)

Macos Terminal Color Scheme

Solution no. 4:

You can change the font with this command:

The text color is a bit more complicated because it is syntax highlighting. But you can change this the same way you change the text color in any whatever version of vim you have used before. I use GVIM for Mac every day and I don’t notice any differences between it and GVIM for Windows, for example. For color schema changes might I suggest this great script:

It should give you a lot of great color schemes to try, and any of them can be easily edited, so it’s a good starting point. Good luck!

Solution no. 5:

Long story short: :h :hi (:h is a shortcut for :help, :hi for :highlight) and look for the guifg.

In your custom color scheme you define only cterm part – the guifg, guibg, etc are all missing. That’s why VIM in GUI mode is using default colors from your color scheme (:h :colo).

Hope this helps!

Question or issue on macOS:

I’m working with the Vim 7.2 that comes with Mac OS 10.6.1 (Leopard), using the Mac’s “Terminal” app. I’d like to use a fancy color scheme. I did this…

Then this…

Syntax highlighting is working, but I’m finding that regardless of the scheme I choose, the only colors displayed are the basic Red, Blue, Cyan, Gray, etc.

Is there a way to get the Terminal app to display a larger collection of colors to allow some more subtle schemes?

How to solve this problem?

Solution no. 1:

The Terminal.app supports AFAIK only 16 colors; iTerm supports more colors or you use mvim (as suggested by Daniel).

Solution no. 2:

Create vimrc file on your home folder and then edit it. You can try adding syntax on inside ~/.vimrc file.

It will highlight your code syntax on vim

Solution no. 3:

Add “syntax on” to the file /usr/share/vim/vimrc and you’ll get highlighting in your files every time you edit one.

# vi /usr/share/vim/vimrc

Add this line at the end of the file:

Now you’ll get highlighting when you edit whatever’s file.

Solution no. 4:

You need to create file ~/.vimrc and add syntax on in that file


vi ~/.vimrc
syntax on

Mac

Gvim Color Scheme

save the file
and run your vim

Solution no. 5:

You might want to consider using a version of Vim that is a native Mac app (that runs in a window).

MacVim has great color schemes and you can still launch it from Terminal like so:

Mac Vi Syntax Colors

That will open your file in a new Vim window.

Solution no. 6:

Mac Terminal Syntax Highlight

@ashcatch – Can’t leave a comment, but wanted to add that iTerm has other advantages over Terminal.app such as sensible copy and paste (configurable ‘word’ regex for easy double click selection of paths/urls, middle click paste) and terminal mouse support (:se mouse=a in vi to get mouse text selection, moving of window borders etc.)

Vim Color Setting

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Mac Vi Color

Hope this helps!