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Colorscheme

Switching colors‚Äč

To switch color schemes on the fly, use <leader>sc (:Telescope colorscheme)

You can also press <leader>sp to cycle through colorschemes with a preview.

To change the color scheme permanently, modify config.lua

lvim.colorscheme = "desert"

Installing colorschemes‚Äč

You can add any colorscheme you like. Just add a plugin with the colorscheme of your choice. For more information on installing plugins look here.

This is a list of colorschemes with tree-sitter support

Customizing some colors‚Äč

You can customize the highlight groups by overriding them in an autocommand. To find the group you want to change use leader s H (:Telescope highlights), :TSHighlightCapturesUnderCursor or :Inspect

lvim.autocommands = {
{
{ "ColorScheme" },
{
pattern = "*",
callback = function()
-- change `Normal` to the group you want to change
-- and `#ffffff` to the color you want
-- see `:h nvim_set_hl` for more options
vim.api.nvim_set_hl(0, "Normal", { bg = "#ffffff", underline = false, bold = true })
end,
},
},
}

Transparent Windows‚Äč

If you're using transparent windows enable this setting

lvim.transparent_window = true

That enables the following settings

cmd "au ColorScheme * hi Normal ctermbg=none guibg=none"
cmd "au ColorScheme * hi SignColumn ctermbg=none guibg=none"
cmd "au ColorScheme * hi NormalNC ctermbg=none guibg=none"
cmd "au ColorScheme * hi MsgArea ctermbg=none guibg=none"
cmd "au ColorScheme * hi TelescopeBorder ctermbg=none guibg=none"
cmd "au ColorScheme * hi NvimTreeNormal ctermbg=none guibg=none"
cmd "let &fcs='eob: '"