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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 ...


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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:


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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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