Color scheme changes when rust_analyzer finishes

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  • nightfox.nvim

    🦊A highly customizable theme for vim and neovim with support for lsp, treesitter and a variety of plugins.

    I have my color scheme customized using nightfox because I'm too lazy to write my own. Once rust_analyzer is finished, a few of my customizations get reset. This only happens when using rust_analyzer, no other language has this problem. Has anyone run into this before?

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  • indent-blankline.nvim

    Indent guides for Neovim

    I think he meant the indent guides? In which case the best plugin is https://github.com/lukas-reineke/indent-blankline.nvim

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