Ubuntu: go back to vim's default color


I read this :highlight Normal ctermfg=grey ctermbg=darkblue from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1117526/setting-the-vim-background-colors

But I change the darkblue to white!! What I done? OMG? now I even can not see what I type on vim on the command mode. please tell me how to tell vim to use its default coloring.


While this is not Ubuntu specific, a similar question is 264258. Just like you edit ~/.vimrc before, put in your own commands:

set background=dark highlight Normal ctermfg=grey ctermbg=white

The help file might can give you more background.

:help vimrc-intro

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