maxmx03/FluoroMachine.nvim

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2022-09-04

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Fluoromachine is a fork of the popular Synthwave84 color scheme, which is inspired by the aesthetics of the 1980s and the retro-futuristic genre known as synthwave. Fluoromachine (Colorscheme) incorporates this neon-drenched style into its design, with a glowing effect that adds a touch of sci-fi to your coding experience.

fluoromachine

To install fluoromachine you need a plugin manager.

Example with Lazy.nvim

return {
    {
        'maxmx03/fluoromachine.nvim',
        config = function ()
         local fm = require 'fluoromachine'

         fm.setup {
            glow = false,
            theme = 'fluoromachine'
         }

         vim.cmd.colorscheme 'fluoromachine'
        end
    }
}
Name type default value Description
glow boolean false Enable and disable the glow effect
brightness number 0.05 The value should be a float value from 0 to 1
theme string fluoromachine Change the theme of the colorscheme, you can choose: fluoromachine, retrowave, delta
transparent boolean/string false Change the background to transparent, you can set "full" to make everything transparent.
colors table/callback {} Add or override to fluoromachine colors
overrides table/callback {} Update or add new highlight groups.

example:

local fm = require 'fluoromachine'

fm.setup {
  glow = true,
  theme = 'retrowave',
  transparent = 'full',
}

vim.cmd.colorscheme('fluoromachine')

Fluoromachine is a fully customizable colorscheme, you can even create a colorscheme within fluoromachine. You can add new colors, add new highlight groups, and update highlight groups.

examples

Changing the colorscheme style.

local fm = require 'fluoromachine'

fm.setup {
    overrides = {
       ['@type'] = { italic = true, bold = false },
       ['@function'] = { italic = false, bold = false },
       ['@comment'] = { italic = true },
       ['@keyword'] = { italic = false },
       ['@constant'] = { italic = false, bold = false },
       ['@variable'] = { italic = true },
       ['@field'] = { italic = true },
       ['@parameter'] = { italic = true },
   }
}

vim.cmd.colorscheme 'fluoromachine'

Customizing Telescope.

The "callback overrides" function receives "colors", "darken", "lighten", and "blend" as parameters. The "darken" function takes two arguments: the color you want to make darker and the percentage of darkness. The "lighten" function works the same way as "darken". The "blend" function takes three arguments: color, background, and alpha.

local fm = require 'fluoromachine'

function overrides(c)
    return {
     TelescopeResultsBorder = { fg = c.alt_bg, bg = c.alt_bg },
     TelescopeResultsNormal = { bg = c.alt_bg },
     TelescopePreviewNormal = { bg = c.bg },
     TelescopePromptBorder = { fg = c.alt_bg, bg = c.alt_bg },
     TelescopeTitle = { fg = c.fg, bg = c.comment },
     TelescopePromptPrefix = { fg = c.purple },
    }
end

fm.setup {
  overrides = overrides
}

Customizing colors

You can customize colors in the same way you customize highlight groups. The color callback function receives the same parameters as overrides. The added or customized colors can be used later in overrides.

local fm = require 'fluoromachine'

fm.setup {
  glow = true,
  theme = 'retrowave',
  colors = function(_, d)
    return {
      bg = '#190920',
      alt_bg = d('#190920', 20),
      cyan = '#49eaff',
      red = '#ff1e34',
      yellow = '#ffe756',
      orange = '#f38e21',
      pink = '#ffadff',
      purple = '#9544f7',
    }
  end,
}

vim.cmd.colorscheme 'fluoromachine'

themes: fluoromachine retrowave delta

local lualine = require 'lualine'

lualine.setup {
  options = {
    theme = 'fluoromachine'
  }
}

Pull requests are welcome.
To learn more about the colorscheme, please read the SPECIFICATION.md

Maintainers

Max
Max Miliano

License

MIT License