Oceanic-Next.vim is a neovim theme inspired by Oceanic Next for Sublime. It is not a direct port, but uses some colors from the sublime theme, that are fitted to work with neovim and vim8.
For best results, it is suggested that you use the following syntax plugins.
All major plugin managers for vim/nvim are supported
For vim, add the following to your
(On Google Cloud Shell try to
set t_Co=256 instead of
set termguicolors even though your vim version is 8)
" Theme syntax enable " for vim 7 set t_Co=256 " for vim 8 if (has("termguicolors")) set termguicolors endif colorscheme OceanicNext
For neovim, add the following to your
" For Neovim 0.1.3 and 0.1.4 let $NVIM_TUI_ENABLE_TRUE_COLOR=1 " Or if you have Neovim >= 0.1.5 if (has("termguicolors")) set termguicolors endif " Theme syntax enable colorscheme OceanicNext
There is an included theme for vim-airline, to use it, just change the airline theme to:
There is a light mode, but it still needs some work. Currently, light mode has issues with cursor, need to tweak the colors a bit for that. Also, the included airline theme could use some work in light mode. Right now it is the exact same as the dark version, I'd like to tweak this a bit. If anyone would like to contribute, I'd be happy to accept a Pull Request.
If your terminal and setup supports it, you can enable italics and bold fonts with the following setting
syntax on let g:oceanic_next_terminal_bold = 1 let g:oceanic_next_terminal_italic = 1 colorscheme OceanicNext
If your terminal has transparancy, you can enable it in neovim by adding the
following lines to your init.vim after calling
hi Normal guibg=NONE ctermbg=NONE hi LineNr guibg=NONE ctermbg=NONE hi SignColumn guibg=NONE ctermbg=NONE hi EndOfBuffer guibg=NONE ctermbg=NONE
Each line above disables the background for a given highlight group (e.g., LineNr). You can choose which to disable. This will show your terminal's background (whether or not it's transparent). For best results, use an Oceanic Next color scheme in your terminal.
Base colors used in the theme.
Shown here with vim-devicons