PaperColor Theme v1.0

This is an import from my own blog post in 2015 when I open-sourced my Vim color scheme that had received a warm welcome from many Vim users and inspired others to port to different platforms and create different UI projects. This was before Visual Studio Code/Atom era, and yet, there are even more Vim users now as I see the number of downloads grow higher every day. PaperColor currently gets 1500+ downloads every 2 weeks.

After years of improvements since the last release, I think it’s time for PaperColor to reach an official 1.0 release.
Below is the story behind PaperColor copied from the original post.

I started using Linux and Vim last Summer, and one of the first things I did in Vim, as I would do in any code editor, was to find a decent color scheme. I was surprised by how useful and colorful the terminal could be. Coming from Windows background, I realized how much I missed out. In the beginning, I was happy with the themes I found, but as soon as I worked with less mainstream languages, most of the themes don’t work well enough. Or, some work on these languages but not on the others, so I had to switch theme based on the language I was programming, and it quickly became annoying. So, I decided to create my own color scheme.


Regram Later v1.6

First of all, I’d like to thanks 1200+ first users of Regram Later (Chrome Extension for Instagram repost with smart caption and automation) 🙂 From now on, new updates will come with announcement blog posts like this so that you can see changes to each iteration and be able to provide feedback or report issues right in the comment below. I hope this makes it easier for users to track changes and engage with the discussions.

What’s news in v1.6:

  • Fix incorrect author name when there is a blue verified check
  • Fix incorrect handling of multi-photo posts
  • Fix incorrect handling of queued thumbnail photos

Thanks for your feedback on the app page and direct emails that help me realize the issues. Now you can also report right in the comment section of this blog.