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iTerm2 - Auto Coloring

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From: Christopher M.
Date: Mon 11th May 2020, 5:06pm


"David Tang" <22*7*2*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:

> Hi Chris,
> This may sound silly, but I managed to randomly hit the right combination of keys within 'vi' to turn off 
> the colouring. I've tried redoing the installation steps below. No Luck =( 
> What did I do? and how can I get the colouring back?

Hello David,

Difficult to imagine what the problem is form your description alone.
I've never done that!

If you did not have a ~/.vimrc file before (thus nothing to lose), you
can just delete it (rm ~/.vimrc) and then follow the instructions again.

The next time you run vim, the colours should be back.

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├─ original   Wed 6th May 2020, 2:32pm, David T.
├─ reply 1   Wed 6th May 2020, 4:59pm, Christopher M.
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