The problem I'm dealing with right now is I don't like gnome-terminal. I've tried alacritty, konsole, st (currently in use), and they're all having the same issue – they break my vim color scheme. Here's what I mean by that: In this screenshot, gnome-terminal is on the left, and st is on the right.
I'm using the same color profile in both terminal emulators, and I don't have
.vimrc since I rarely use vim locally. Somehow gnome-terminal manages to maintain the right colors, although in both terminals vim color scheme in use is the default one.
I've tried searching for ways to solve this, the only thing that I found is to specify the
$TERM variable to be
xterm-256color, but it didn't help. Another thing that I've noticed is when I force gnome-terminal's vim to use the default color scheme with
:colorscheme default, colors are the same as in st's vim.
Recently figured out that the closest to gnome-terminal's default color scheme is
I'm actually lost and have no idea what to do with this. There's no point in editing
.vimrc because I ssh a lot and it won't have any effect. It doesn't sound like a big problem, but these colors are quite distracting. Any help will be appreciated, thanks to everyone who has read this.
Some command outputs: