It is possible to use colors on the Unix command-line interface.

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shaping color themes of applications

I am getting headaches from the light flicker (fluorescent bulbs, energy saving bulbs). The same effect has the screen raster which is a consequence of bright dots of pixels and black lines between ...
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How do I edit my directory colors in zsh so directories in a network share aren't so ugly? [duplicate]

The display colors of directories located on mounted network shares are horrid: Local directories look much nicer: As I understand it, these settings are set in these lines in .zshrc: eval ...
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Colorize line number in grep

Is there a way to colorize line numbers when using grep with the -n option? For example, echo "hello" | grep -n lo outputs 1:hello where lo is colorized in red (being the match). Can I configure ...
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Color of emacs margins

With the following in my .emacs I get narrow margins in text-mode buffers: (defun my-set-margins () "Set margins in current buffer." (setq left-margin-width 30) (setq right-margin-width 30)) ...
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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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Schemes for linux tty and xterm

I actually prefer the font and colorscheme used when I'm in a tty terminal. After I start up a window manager, the colorscheme and font are completely different when I'm in xterm -- which is expected. ...
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How to add color to my command prompt? [duplicate]

On my system: echo $PS1 prints: \[\e]0;\u@\h: \w\a\]${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\u@\h:\w\$ I followed this tutorial here to modify it: PS1="\e[0;38m \u@\h: ...
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How to change background and text colors in Yakuake?

I like Yakuake, but I don't like the grey background color. I want to change the background and text colors of the Yakuake terminal. I checked the options, but the background color option is only ...
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Unable to change xterm colors from .Xresources

I'm configuring the look of xterm modifying the .Xresources but I'm having some trouble changing the colors. I tried with XTerm*vt100.background: #000000 XTerm*vt100.foreground: ...
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Screen caption custom colors

I am having trouble customizing the color of my caption in screen. I can use the 8 standard colors supported (as well as their brighter versions), but I am unable to define a custom color. The docs ...
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No wallpaper colors in Xfce 4.10

I'm in Linux Mint 14, updated to Xfce 4.10. Wallpapers are black & white only. I think that happened after I moved the scrolls for brightness and saturation. After putting them back to zero, no ...
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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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tmux not printing ANSI colors in status bar

I'm using Mac OSX Yosemite, and I use istats to get CPU temperatures: I wanted to put my CPU temperature in my tmux status bar, so I made my tmux config the following: As you can see, when I ran ...
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Linux TTY Colours

I've had this issue for a little while now on a few machines, but never thought to ask anyone. Upon installing a new laptop the other day, and using the virtual terminal for a bit, I noticed that ...