I use a modified version of
industry where my
normal text color is bright white instead of grey.
Here is the offending line
highlight Normal ctermfg=white ctermbg=Black guifg=#dddddd guibg=Black
I am having a problem in gnu screen where the bright white-ness bleeds into the next line of text in my terminal and so on until I reset it by hand with the command
I tried to fix this by having vim execute the following command:
autocmd VimLeave * :call Printf_Fixup() function! Printf_Fixup() !printf '\033[0m' endfunction
but unfortunately, vim doesn't "just execute" the shell command
printf '\033[0m' when exiting, it sometimes prompts me to manually press enter. not sure what's going on there.
Is there a way to configure vim to be more aggressive when "displaying" a colorscheme and use redundant ansi resets all over the place?