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While Dalker's answer is technically correct, it's not entirely accurate, at least not anymore - the exact answer to this depends on your terminal emulator. Highlighting backgrounds is general is done by applying a background highlight (ctermbg or guibg) to the Normal highlight group. See :h background and this answer on SO. For terminals that only support ...


Go to your terminal Preferences, choose your preference profile (Unnamed by default), go to Colors and change the hex code for your background from there. Picture below shows where this option is:


The error I made is placing the colorscheme command before the source command. init.vim should look like the following: source $HOME/.config/nvim/vim-plug/plugins.vim colorscheme tokyonight

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