vibrant-night

A colorscheme for all my things!
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commit a93d0df4a3b36f7d2db5d3a1c71becbb30981085
parent d9b60bcd0fe897045d69e31a7cf68585c1499926
Author: depsterr <depsterr@protonmail.com>
Date:   Thu, 25 Jun 2020 02:12:49 +0200

updated readme

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -2,8 +2,6 @@ <h1 align="center">Vibrant Night</h1> <p align="center">A cozy colorscheme for all my things!</p> -<img src="https://github.com/depsterr/vibrant-night/blob/master/misc/2020-06-24-22:05:42-screenshot.png?raw=true" width="40%" align="right"> - This is a simple colorscheme that I've designed for myself and will implement for the things I use. Screenshots might change with time as I improve themes. I am going to implement this theme for the following: @@ -16,12 +14,6 @@ I am going to implement this theme for the following: * $PS1 - colors.sh * tty - colors.sh -Once these are finished I might create simple implementations for the following: - - * Chromium (use ungoogled chromium or you're a clown) - * Firefox - * discord? (maybe) - Colors ------ @@ -48,3 +40,8 @@ Bright colors * #EDBBE9 magenta * #81F5E1 cyan * #F5F5F5 white + +I've given up on this +--------------------- + +It was a neat idea but I couldn't make it work in vim so I've stopped working on it for now