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I use default colorscheme for Vim since I just love to have consistency throughout my terminal. One thing I don't love though is the colour of number lines, bright yellow doesn't suit it. Is there any way that I can change it and leave the rest of colours as they are? Or is there a way I can make my own colorscheme that uses 16 ANSII colours of my terminal? enter image description here

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    Check :h hl-LineNr – klaus Apr 2 at 16:26
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As @klaus mentioned, you want to change the highlight for the group LineNr.

In your .vimrc, you can change the color of a group with the following:

highlight LineNr ctermfg=33

ctermfg is the variable for a foreground color when using Vim in terminal. There are other options (background, bold, italic...), all described in the highlight help (:h highlight).

The number (33 in my example) is the color (from 0 to 255), you can find the list of available colors here for example: https://github.com/guns/xterm-color-table.vim

  • Thanks a lot! I have set it to 8 as this is the value for "dark grey" colour of my terminal profile. – Victor Apr 2 at 17:38

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