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GNU screen is setting $TERM locally, and ssh is passing that value to the remote side. There are a few things you can do. Detect the screen-256-color-s on the remote side and set to a more sane. From that you can have case $TERM in screen-256*) TERM=screen;; esac. From the local side, have screen set the terminal. In your ~/.screenrc file have: term ...
Just set another TERM, For example TERM="rxvt" or TERM="xterm" or TERM="vt102" Maybe an export TERM helps too. The TERM variable is used by curses and termcap programs, such as mc or dialog, to read the terminal escape codes from the terminfo/termcap databases, where the command is executed, so in your case in the remote system. To support the ...
You haven't set window active background color, you only set active panel border, try: set-window-option -g window-status-current-bg red
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