I'm highlighting folds and color columns in colors different from the background and from each other. Here's an excerpt of my vimrc with all (potentially) relevant lines:
" ~/.vimrc ... " Folding <- maybe relevant? set foldmethod=syntax set foldcolumn=1 set foldclose= ... set termguicolors set t_Co=256 set background=dark " colorscheme ... <- none other than default highlight ColorColumn guibg=darkslategray " incomplete highlight Folded guibg=black " incomplete syntax on ...
This highlights the folds a bit darker than my background and the color columns a bit lighter. What bugs me is that the color columns are drawn on top of the folds, i.e., are vertically continuous, breaking up the folds in the horizontal. I'd prefer it the other way round (as in my mind it makes more sense for the color columns to be folded into the folds along with the overlying text).
Is is possible to highlight folds on top of color columns rather than below?
PS: My setup: Vim v8.2 in a PuTTY v0.73 terminal (Manjaro Virtualbox on Windows 10).
PPS: I'm well aware that the
highlights are not robust/portable in this form as they are missing entries like
ctermbg etc. -- this is just what works in my current setup.