Heavenly – A color scheme for putty, created by me

For folks who use Putty (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/) to connect to linux/unix boxes, and code a lot, good news, you can have this awesome color scheme created by me to make your putty experience super fun.

I have seen so many color schemes for iTerm and others, but I could not find much for putty. It’s either that people have created schemes of their own but did not bother to share with others, or no body cares.

Anyways, as I code a lot, I needed something that’s not mundane, rather full of colors. So here I am, created my own color scheme to revolutionaize my putty experince.

The monospaced font in the screen shots is Source Code Pro from Adobe (https://github.com/adobe-fonts/source-code-pro). I am using Medium and size 10 of this font.

It really looks cool!! Enjoy 🙂

This “.reg” file can be obtained from my github repo: https://github.com/soumyadipdm/Heavenly-putty-color-scheme

Screenshots:

Heavenly

Heavenly_2

NOTE: I have made a few modifications to putty:

1. Scrollback lines – 5000

2. No scrollback bar

3. No bell

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About admin_xor

Un*x/Linux junkie, loves to program, automate, automate and automate
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2 Responses to Heavenly – A color scheme for putty, created by me

  1. Thomas says:

    Nice theme. However, the bright colors could be brighter.

    And yes, there are many PuTTY themes out there. Just look at
    http://putty.org.ru/themes/
    https://github.com/staticaland/base16-putty
    http://ciembor.github.io/4bit/

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