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Since there are themes only work on GUI, so is it possible to make the Terminal to use another theme than GUI one?

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Just put the terminal colorscheme in your vimrc (usually ~/.vimrc or $HOME\_vimrc on Windows) and the gui colorscheme in your gvimrc. Create ~/.gvimrc / $HOME\_gvimrc if you don't already have that file.

This works because gvimrc is only read when you run gvim and it is read in after vimrc

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  • Sorry I didn't state my question correctly, I'm using macvim, and it seems like macvim is still take .vimrc and ignore .gvimrc? I'm debugging for this. – job_start Mar 29 at 15:31
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    @job_start no, macvim reads the gvimrc. see :help gvimrc and scroll a bit for the right locations – D. Ben Knoble Mar 29 at 15:43
  • I accidentally typed colorscheme =tone in .gvimrc! Problem solved it's my typo, lol! – job_start Mar 29 at 15:44

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