Discussion:
nvim colorscheme in tmux-4 screenshot
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Suraj N. Kurapati
2015-04-29 17:17:29 UTC
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Hello,

In the new Loading Image... screenshot,
what is the colorscheme used by nvim in the bottom left pane?

Thanks for your consideration.
Thomas Adam
2015-04-30 14:58:12 UTC
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Post by Suraj N. Kurapati
Hello,
In the new http://tmux.sourceforge.net/tmux4.png screenshot,
Which screenshot? That's emacs you see there. Did you mean another one?
The screenshots were shuffled around a little, likely after you sent this
email.

-- Thomas Adam
Thomas Adam
2015-04-30 17:13:34 UTC
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Hmm,

That's not the screen shot I saw originally, sorry. The image you sent is
either vim or nvim (but who cares about the distinction?). As for the
colour scheme, pass. Desert256?

Thomas Adam
Post by Thomas Adam
Post by Suraj N. Kurapati
In the new http://tmux.sourceforge.net/tmux4.png screenshot,
Which screenshot? That's emacs you see there. Did you mean another one?
No, that's the correct one. I have attached it to this email just in case.
I thought the editor in the bottom left pane was nvim because the current
window title is "0:nvim*" at the bottom of the screenshot and also because
that editor (emacs as you say) has a "terminal.c" file open from the neovim
source code.
Anyway, what is the colorscheme being used by emacs in the bottom left
pane?
Thanks.
Nicholas Marriott
2015-05-01 08:29:45 UTC
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It is nvim, Thomas was looking at the old screenshot or something. I
don't know what the colour scheme is, it came from someone called mhi^
on #tmux on IRC.
Post by Thomas Adam
Post by Suraj N. Kurapati
In the new http://tmux.sourceforge.net/tmux4.png screenshot,
Which screenshot? That's emacs you see there. Did you mean another one?
No, that's the correct one. I have attached it to this email just in case.
I thought the editor in the bottom left pane was nvim because the current window title is "0:nvim*" at the bottom of the screenshot and also because that editor (emacs as you say) has a "terminal.c" file open from the neovim source code.
Anyway, what is the colorscheme being used by emacs in the bottom left pane?
Thanks.
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