I love the dracula color theme. It is easy to set up for a rxvt-unicode terminal. You need just to add this lines to the ~/.Xresources file:

! ~/.Xresources file
! Dracula Xresources palette
*.foreground: #F8F8F2
*.background: #282A36
*.color0:     #000000
*.color8:     #4D4D4D
*.color1:     #FF5555
*.color9:     #FF6E67
*.color2:     #50FA7B
*.color10:    #5AF78E
*.color3:     #F1FA8C
*.color11:    #F4F99D
*.color4:     #BD93F9
*.color12:    #CAA9FA
*.color5:     #FF79C6
*.color13:    #FF92D0
*.color6:     #8BE9FD
*.color14:    #9AEDFE
*.color7:     #BFBFBF
*.color15:    #E6E6E

and to apply changes:

$ xrdb -load ~/.Xresources

But if you will enable the tabbed extension for urxvt with that line in the ~/.Xresources file:

URxvt.perl-ext-common: tabbed

Then you will see an ugly picture after rxvt-unicode startup:

tabbed extension for urxvt with tabbed theme before setup

You can fix this by changing the background and character colors in the tabbed extension for urxvt. You need to modify the ~/.Xresources file again and to add such lines into the file:

URxvt.tabbed.tabbar-fg: 5
URxvt.tabbed.tabbar-bg: 8
URxvt.tabbed.tab-fg: 2
URxvt.tabbed.tab-bg: 8

The numbers in this example are the color number from the dracula color scheme palette. I have this result and I like it:

tabbed extension for urxvt with tabbed theme after setup

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