If I delete Vifm's configuration directory in my $HOME/.config, it always creates it with colors/Default.vifm (2333 bytes, bigger than any of the files in etc/vifm/colors/), even if I start it with --no-configs (the directory exists when Vifm is open). Why?
Absence of colors/ directory considered to be uninitialized state of that part of configuration. If colors/ directory already exists, then Default.vifm is not created. This is a dump from internal structure with some instructions on how to edit it.
Hm, maybe it was 0.7.8 and it did not create anything else (particularly vifmrc), which confused me. 0.8 creates colors/Default.vifm, vifmrc and vifm-help.txt. Thanks (though it didn't really make sense to me with only colors/Default.vifm created).
“considered” is a past participle (причастие, не глагол) there, so it needs a “to be” (“is”) to work properly. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/participle#Usage_notes
Also, I think, “colors/ directory” requires a “the” or an “a” before it. Maybe “internal structure” needs it, too.
Yeah, I skipped "is" before "considered", which is not so uncommon in informal contexts, I guess (although not correct). As for articles, I just admit that I'm quite bad at using them as they appear to be superfluous to me and there are actual situations when you don't need them due to adjectives, but I'm not sure when exactly :-)