I'm trying to load a colorscheme with Vim and the color scheme file is located in ~/.vim/colors as many suggest in various articles.
When I try to use
:colo sonokai Vim informs me it cannot find it.
:set runtimepath? results in:
Which I don't believe includes any of the folders within .vim, only ~/.vim itself.
My current .vimrc file:
"------------Key Mappings----------- imap jj <Esc> "-----------Powerline Vim --------- python3 from powerline.vim import setup as powerline_setup python3 powerline_setup() python3 del powerline_setup set rtp+=/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/powerline/bindings/vim "---------Powerline Vim Config----- set laststatus=2 "Always display the statusline in all windows set showtabline=2 "Always display the tabline, even if there is only one tab set noshowmode "Hide the default mode text (e.g. -- INSERT -- below the statusline) set noshowcmd set shortmess+=F "-------------Syntax Enabled------- syntax on
I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong here, any help would be appreciated.
I'm running Garuda Dr4gonized and have removed much of the cli stuff that comes along with it, such as the pre-existing vim and fish scripts, shells, etc; adding powerline, but otherwise not much else. If this information helps.