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I was wondering if someone could assist me in installing a color scheme for VIM? I literally have spent all day yesterday and this morning trying to figure it out. I am using a shell-client (ubuntu) to access my school's unix server. I have a very general idea of how to work in a shell but it is still new to me.

I will post a link to what I am trying to install and thank you in advance for your assistance:

https://github.com/whatyouhide/vim-gotham

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Colors are easy to customize in VIM.

Download your file into the folder in the vim hierarchy colors as (using your example)

vim-gotham.vim

Add an entry in your vimrc or gvimrc file similar to:

source $VIM\vimfiles\colors\vim-gotham.vim

I placed the source command as the last entry in mine.

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