another readme update, moar links!

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Von Random 4 years ago
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@ -13,14 +13,16 @@ the 256 color approximation, I've decided to call this fork solarized16.
Why another solarized colorscheme?
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Solarized8 was ideal, but over the time it shifted from sensible defaults to
256 color approximation and added more options than was necessary.
[Solarized8](https://github.com/Lifepillar/vim-solarized8) was perfect, but
over the time it shifted from sensible defaults to 256 color approximation and
added more options than was necessary.
Flattened could have been nice if it was updated and worked with the plugins
that I use.
[Flattened](https://github.com/romainl/flattened) could have been nice if it
was updated and worked with the plugins that I use.
The original solarized colorscheme code is obnoxiously complicated. Also 256
color approximation is default and there is no support for termguicolors.
The original [solarized](http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized) colorscheme code
is obnoxiously complicated. Also 256 color approximation is default and there
is no support for termguicolors.
What's in a name?
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But my terminal is not using solarized and my vim does not support tgc!
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Check out [solarized8](https://github.com/Lifepillar/vim-solarized8).
Tough luck. Check out [solarized8](https://github.com/Lifepillar/vim-solarized8).
In my opinion though, 256 color approximation is so horrendously ugly, there
is no point including it.
is no point including it. You might as well just go for a colorscheme written
specifically with 256 colors in mind, like lucius or PaperColors.
What's the plan?
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