Often, when working in a console environment, you only have a black background and white text in the foreground. This is, however, both dull and dark to look at. Some colors would be desirable.
As a default, you have the same colors in the console Vim as in the console you opened it from. However, Vim has given its users the opportunity to change the colors it uses. This is mostly done with a color scheme file. These files are usually placed in a directory called
colors wherever you have installed Vim.
You can easily change the installed color schemes with the command:
mycolors is the name of one of the installed color schemes. If you don't know the names of the installed color schemes, you can ...