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Making Neovim's color scheme follow system light/dark preference on GNOME
I've managed to put this together couple days back and thought I'd share, I expect I'm not the only person out there who likes neovim and switching light/dark modes. Cheers!
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General Neovim Lua config help thread
For any questions related to configuring Neovim with Lua or migrating over to Lua from Vimscript.

this is [my config](https://notabug.org/dm9pZCAq/dotfiles/src/master/.config/nvim) on [moonscript](https://moonscript.org/) share your configs on `lua`, `vimscript` or on other languages in comments :^)
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Anyone tried creating an init.lua for neovim 0.5.0 nightly?
I gave it a go last night and it is way trickier then I expected. Simple things like setting options are not very convenient at the moment. I also tried to get packer.nvim running but the README was not very helpful. Looks like I will be sticking with init.vim for some time.
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Neovim is a modal text editor forked off of Vim in 2014. Being modal means that you do not simply type text on screen, but the behavior and functionality of the editor changes entirely depending on the mode.

The most common and most used mode, the “normal mode” for Neovim is to essentially turn your keyboard in to hotkeys with which you can navigate and manipulate text. Several modes exist, but two other most common ones are “insert mode” where you type in text directly as if it was a traditional text editor, and “visual mode” where you select text.

Neovim seeks to enable further community participation in its development and to make drastic changes without turning it in to something that is “not Vim”. Neovim also seeks to enable embedding the editor within GUI applications.

The Neovim logo by Jason Long is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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