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I've switched to nvim and init.lua, which pulls in onedark colorscheme. How can I add a custom rule?

If the syntax file already matches the /**/ comment in the string, you only need to add a highlight for it. Check the syntax group (e.g., using zS from scriptease or synstax#UnderCursor() from ...
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MacOS - Vim overriding my highlight config in ~/.vimrc

The proper way to define your own colorscheme would be to actually define your colorscheme, for real, in its own file: " in ~/.vim/colors/mycolors.vim set background=dark hi clear let g:...
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