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Color Palette for Ganymede



A color scheme for Hyper/Hyperterm, Vim/NeoVim & Atom (maybe, eventually, probably…) inspired by the icy coldness of the moons of Jupiter contrasted against all the bright vibrant colors that my personality comprises.

Build Status


npm i -S ganymede

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This was designed using Neovim, but totally works in normal people Vim (like 7.4+). Add charlespeters/vim-ganymede to whatever plugin system you’re using (Pathogen, Vundle, etc). In your .vimrc add:

set t_Co=256
colorscheme ganymede

let g:airline_theme='ganymede'

Screenshot of Vim using Ganymede

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Add 'hyperganymede' under plugins in your configuration file (preferably toward the end of the list). An example:

module.exports = {
  config: {
    fontFamily: 'SFMono-Medium',
    cursorShape: 'BEAM',
    bell: false,
  plugins: {

And in action:

Screenshot of Hyper using Ganymede

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There’s a syntax port of Ganymede for Atom. To install, run this command below or search for Ganymede.

apm install ganymede-atom-syntax

Screenshot of Atom using Ganymede

The screenshot above uses Atom Dark UI theme and SF Mono.

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Download Ganymede.itermcolors and drag into onto iTerm in your Dock or In iTerm, open your preferences
navigate to “Profiles” > “Colors” > “Color Presets” > “Import” and select the copy of Ganymede.itermcolors you downloaded.


I probably wouldn’t have built this if Trevor Miller hadn’t paved the way with his Nova Project. Trevor you’re awesome, 🍻⚡️🎉.



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