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*screen It's quite disturbing to run Vim on a 256-color terminal, but I think I like it.
Making programs aware that you're (well, they're) in a 256-color terminal is as simple as setting your TERM environment variable to "xterm-256color" (or screen-256color if you're using screen or tmux (with tmux don't forget to run it with option -2)).