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Customize Git Bash Color

I used to have a black / orange / green git bash color style. Now I needed to download it again and it's a mess (for me). All pink, lime green and yellow. It hurts my eyes. Is there a way to ...
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Colorize filenames based on status for git diff --name-status

I often use git diff --name-status BRANCH_NAME to get the list of modified files. Is it possible to colorize the output of that command similar to the output of git status - green for added files, ...
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In Linux I have different color for the same thing than in Windows

The colors in Windows are much less saturated. Why is that? The fonts are much more crisper. I have installed msfonts in Ubuntu and it's better, but still the Windows fonts are different. Check the ...
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Apply Colors to Terminal Output to highlight URL & Others

I am looking for a way to apply colors to highlight URLs (http://....) and IP @ in the output of a terminal command. Example would be with a wget command for example where I would like to be able to ...
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Color profile change seems to have no effect

I'm using a machine with both, Windows (10) and Linux Mint + Unity installed. Colors on Linux look quite strange and poorly calibrated, but everything looks fine on Windows. I was assuming that my ...
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Changing the background color of the window title in GTK3

I would like the title of the active window to be white on blue (to clarify: somewhat like Microsoft Windows XP). Here is my ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css: .titlebar .title { color: #000066; } ...
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Location of colorscheme-files in Kate

In Kate one can export file Fortran.katehlcolor which store the information about color in syntax-highlighting. The syntax-highlighting files itself are located in ~/.kde/share/apps/katepart/syntax ...
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Customizing less colors

When using less in OS X, how can I customize the colors with with things are displayed? When I run less within an ansi-term in Emacs the colors don't come out nicely. $ less --version less 418 ...
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convert display to monochrome

My Asus netbook has Debian Wheezy. I came across a weird idea. How would it look if my display screen is monochrome. Is it possible to configure X11 to make the display monochrome?
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Invert *only brightness* for monitor

When using notebook in darkness it is more convenient to have the screen mostly black, compared to the default mostly white. The issue of inverting colors was discussed here frequently. One have a ...
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How to convert a color pdf to black-white?

I'd like to transform a pdf with some coloured text and images in another pdf with only black&white, in order to reduce its dimensions. Moreover, I would like to keep the text as text, without ...
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Can I color-calibrate a Dell U2413 wide-gamut monitor under Linux?

If I get a Dell U2413 wide-gamut monitor to use with Fedora for photography, will I be able to use it properly? I've got a ColorHug, and I see that there's a U2410 ccmx profile; will that get me in a ...
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vim - better colors so comments aren't dark blue?

Mostly I edit ruby files, although shell script file comments are also # Currently my comments show as dark blue on black which is really hard to read. See screenshot. How can I change their color? ...
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What is the difference between RGB and YCbCr?

In my Linux Mint ATI Catalyst setup I have set YCbCr as default for Color Pixel Format? What is the difference? I subjectively think that RGB (Full RGB) is better for my eyes. YCbCr seems to be ...
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gnome-terminal overrides Vim color setting

I'm in gnome-terminal on Linux Mint 13. (Mate) Whatever color scheme I set for the terminal overrides the color scheme i have set for Vim. How can i stop that from happening? I have read this: ...
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Changing color depth in linux mint

How can I alter color depth settings in Linux Mint 13 maya? I tried to find the xorg.conf in /etc/X11/ But I could not find the file.
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How to set default printer settings without driver

I am not at all an expert Linux user, but I do network and applications support for an office technology company. One of our clients is a pharmacy which prints prescription labels through software ...
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How can I generate CMYK images via the command line under Linux?

I have an application I have developed which is generating RGB PNG images with text on them via imageMagic, like so: convert -size 1000x1000 -density 300 xc:white -pointsize 24 \ -fill "rgb(0,0,0)" ...