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I spent some time in the last months playing around with various color schema and finally decided that the original port of the Vibrant Ink schema to VS is still the one that most appeal to my eyes. The one made by Rob Conery is a bit too little contrasted for me.

So here is my VS2008 with the latest version of Vibrant Ink for VS2008 made by John "DLR" Lam.

vscolorschema

Here you can download it. Just remember that this vssetting file include also the other personalization of John, so just import the "Options>Environment>Fonts and Colors" branch of the settings.

posted on Tuesday, December 4, 2007 4:47 PM

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# re: My definitive color VS color schema

Left by Ivan Porto Carrero at 12/4/2007 9:06 PM

I use a very similar color scheme but all the colors are made pastel and the background is a very dark gray because I suffer from the worst migraines and that is one way to have a lot less of them.
I notice a significant difference when i have to be in word all day for example.. then the warning signs start popping up very quickly.

# re: My definitive color VS color schema

Left by Simone Chiaretta at 12/4/2007 9:15 PM

I had a few of them when using the white background, and this black one made them disappear. So cannot complain about that... at least for the moment

# re: My definitive color VS color schema

Left by Sam Schutte at 12/6/2007 3:55 PM

Funny - people always give me crap because I use a color scheme very similar to that (almost exactly). They always tell me it looks like I'm coding in TurboPascal. I tell them - I AM - TurboPascal.NET!

# re: My definitive color VS color schema

Left by Simone at 12/6/2007 5:25 PM

They tell me I'm developing in COBOL :)

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