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iTerm2 & vim with Solarized color scheme.

So I ran into some weird issues with background color bleed when using iTerm2 & vim on OSX. So I thought I’d write my solution up since I found a lot of incorrect information out there.

Step 1: Open iTerm2’s preferences:

Preferences -> Terminal -> ‘Report Terminal Type’ = xterm-256color

Step 2: Open up your .vimrc and add these lines.

set background=dark
" solarized options 
let g:solarized_termcolors = 256
let g:solarized_visibility = "high"
let g:solarized_contrast = "high"
colorscheme solarized

It’s just that easy!

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Pretty much my morning routine.

Pretty much my morning routine.

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softerworld:

A Softer World: 993
(choose your own regrets.)
buy this print

softerworld:

A Softer World: 993

(choose your own regrets.)

buy this print

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darthnickels:

the world of the vegan

(Source: mysimpsonsblogisgreaterthanyours, via hipsterinatardis)

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Cheston on Glass

Cheston on Glass

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When I discovered what the —porcelain flag did on git status

wheningit:

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merlin:

Current iPhone Home Screen
Because, y’know. People actually do ask.
In “Page 1” folder:
Mail
Tumblr
Byword
Elements
Notesy
Wikipanion Pro
SoundHound
Camera!
Glassboard
Calendar
Tumblita
N.B.: Best tip ever, via Neven Mrgan: keep the icon for your go-to camera app in the top-right corner. Why? Because, it reminds you where the lens is. Disco.

TIL Merlin Mann uses Camera Awesome. Yes!! :D

merlin:

Current iPhone Home Screen

Because, y’know. People actually do ask.

In “Page 1” folder:

  • Mail
  • Tumblr
  • Byword
  • Elements
  • Notesy
  • Wikipanion Pro
  • SoundHound
  • Camera!
  • Glassboard
  • Calendar
  • Tumblita

N.B.: Best tip ever, via Neven Mrgan: keep the icon for your go-to camera app in the top-right corner. Why? Because, it reminds you where the lens is. Disco.

TIL Merlin Mann uses Camera Awesome. Yes!! :D

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Progressive Reduction

layervault:

I’m very excited to talk about a technique that we’ve started using at LayerVault. We call it Progressive Reduction.

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