Seabed is a low contrast colour scheme inspired by the deep sea. It is special among my theme collection in that its two variants are essentially dark (in contrast to distinct light and dark versions). The difference between the two is one of degree: a dark and a ‘lighter’ dark. There is no pure red, orange, and yellow, while the rest of the palette hints heavily towards the blue side of the spectrum.
Packages or ports of it are available for Vim and Atom, as well as the Xfce4, RXVT-Unicode (urxvt), and XTERM terminal emulators.
Base values from left to right: background, background highlight, secondary text, primary text.
All Prot16 themes (including Seabed) are bundled together as a plugin for Vim. To install them, use your favourite plugin manager. With vim-plug:
Then specify your choice in
.vimrc. Use either the light or dark variant:
" the light variant colorscheme seabed_light " or the dark variant colorscheme seabed_dark
For Seabed, the following terminal emulators are supported thus far:
Terminal Base values (light theme)
Bold colour: 96ADB8
Terminal Base values (dark theme)
Bold colour: 969DA8
# Palette variables and values dbg=060D18 # Dark background dhl=161D28 # Dark background highlight dt2=666D78 # Dark background secondary text dt1=969DA8 # Dark background primary text lbg=162D38 # Light background lhl=263D48 # Light background highlight lt2=667D88 # Light background secondary text lt1=96ADB8 # Light background primary text red=78456B # Red variant ora=6A867A # Orange variant yel=6A865A # Yellow variant gre=2D886C # Green variant cya=35838C # Cyan variant blu=3A6A8D # Blue variant vio=4D5B94 # Violet variant mag=846B85 # Magenta variant
# Terminal colour codes # corresponding to the palette # followed by termcol description dbg=0 # black red=1 # red gre=2 # green yel=3 # yellow blu=4 # blue mag=5 # magenta cya=6 # cyan lhl=7 # white dhl=8 # brblack ora=9 # brred lt1=10 # brgreen dt2=11 # bryellow lt2=12 # brblue vio=13 # brmagenta dt1=14 # brcyan lbg=15 # brwhite
Note that this theme is part of the wider Prot16 collection. The Prot16 git repo includes all files (except the Atom packages) for each and every item.
Wish to contribute? Work can be done to port the themes to other applications. The program that handles the process is the Prot16 Generator (a bash script to build themes on demand or to work with other scripts in automating the process).
Application-specific Prot16 repositories: