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The important part of that wikia link is: :set t_Co=256 Entering this in normal mode (or putting it in your ~/.vimrc) will force vim to try to use 256 colors, which should override gnome-terminal's color scheme. Apparently, while gnome-terminal is capable to 256 colors, it doesn't advertise that fact in a way that vim can detect, which is why setting ...
No, if it's connecting directly to the printer, you cannot set "defaults" unless the program that is making the connection has some way to do so. (This is not OS-dependent.) You would need to do something much more complex, such as using iptables to intercept the connection and redirect it to a program which filtered the data.
Save a python script like this: #!/usr/bin/python from PIL import Image, ImageFont, ImageDraw import sys im = Image.new('CMYK', (1000,1000), (0, 0, 0, 255)) f = ImageFont.load_default() d = ImageDraw.Draw(im) d.text((500, 500), sys.argv, font = f, fill = (0, 0, 0, 0)) del d im.save(sys.argv) Dependencies are python and the python imaging library. ...
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