I'm trying to use base16-vim for a light color scheme. I want to use "one-light", but it seems that none of the light schemes work. After starting Vim with a light scheme,
:colo reports default scheme. When I do the same after switching to a dark scheme, the correct one is reported.
I debugged the startup with
vim -D and can see, that the correct light scheme is set in the beginning, but at the very end (I think it is caused by autocommands) it switches back to default.
I also checked log files of both startups (light/dark schemes) with vim
-V20debug.log and found that the main difference (besides the colors of course) is, the the light scheme is loaded again at the end.
I already debugged Vim a lot, but do not know how to proceed. When I debug vim with
vim -D for two different colorschemes (light/dark) I get this output (
:colo is added by me to check current colorscheme):
Befehl: call s:LocalBrowse(expand("<amatch>")) >colo base16-one-light Befehl: call s:VimEnter(expand("<amatch>")) >colo default
Befehl: call s:LocalBrowse(expand("<amatch>")) >colo base16-onedark Befehl: call s:VimEnter(expand("<amatch>")) >colo base16-onedark